How to Prepare a Planting Bed for Tulips & Container Tips
We love our tulips!! Do you know how best to plant those tulips for optimal blooms? Tulips, those iconic heralds of spring, originally hail from the mountainous regions of Turkey and Central Asia. These lovely blooms flourish in well-drained soil and enjoy a wintry chill. Whether you’re aiming for a garden filled with them or want a patio burst of color, preparing the ground … Read the rest
We grow a ton of peonies on our flower farm, and love these spring beauties. Here are some tips to make peonies last.
Peonies are a popular and beautiful flowering plant that can grace any garden with their lush, full blooms. These perennial flowers are not only stunning, but they also have a lovely fragrance and make excellent cut flowers for your home or as gifts. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the best time … Read the rest
You’ve probably heard about pinching back flower plants to encourage more blooms. But what exactly is pinching, and how does it work? In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at the science behind pinching flower plants and why it can be beneficial.
Pinching is the process of removing the tips of a plant’s stems or branches to promote bushier growth. When you pinch a plant, you remove … Read the rest
An easy, cost effective way to add Wow to your garden
Growing from seed is essential to our production here at Celtic Farm, but you don’t need to be a farmer to enjoy this amazing endeavor! Growing flowers from seed can be a fun and rewarding experience for gardeners of all levels. Not only does it allow you to experiment with different plant varieties and colors, but it’s also a cost-effective way to fill your … Read the rest
Dahlias are our favorite flower here at Celtic Farm. Dahlias are a beautiful flower that come in a variety of shapes and sizes, making them a beloved choice for gardeners around the world. Today we’ll be exploring their origins and history, as well as giving an overview of the 13 types of dahlias. Dahlias are native to Mexico and Central America and were cultivated by the Aztecs over 1,000 … Read the rest