A Sensual Delight For Green Thumbs Everywhere!
Timely Tips

Container Tomatoes

Are you living in an apartment or in a short-term rental but still want to grow some tomatoes? Grow some in containers! It's actually super easy to do!
Petting Tomatoes

Petting Tomatoes

One of the greatest joys of spring is checking our 'germination tank' each morning for new germinators in the night. Most of the time, the seedlings look so delicate but not those tomatoes! Those seedlings spring forth with a vivacious affinity for light and life. Petting tomatoes mimics wind and modifies tomato growth, thickening...

Color beyond the Frost

A coming frost does not need to end the color in your garden. There are many frost tolerant plants that you can use to extend the beauty of your garden beyond the first frosts.
Rudbeckias: great summer color...and shade.

Rudbeckias: great summer color…and shade.

Our 'Shoppe' dogs find shade within the lovely blooms of 'Goldstrum' Rudbeckia.
Perennials: The Backbone of Your Garden

Perennials: The Backbone of Your Garden

Perennials form the backbone of great gardens bringing dimension, color earlier and later than annuals. They chart the progression of the season as different varieties come into full bloom, lending every garden they grace a dynamicism that is unknown in annual only gardens. And, best of all, they can be planted throughout the growing season....
Re-blooming Delphiniums

Re-blooming Delphiniums

The early summer blooms of Delphiniums are always so breathtaking and it is always bittersweet to watch as the last bloom stalk fades on our Delphiniums. But, take heart! You can bring back the Delphinium's glory for a pre-frost show.

“The greatest gift of the garden is the restoration of the five senses.” ~Hanna Rion