As winter sets in, many gardeners put away their tools and wait for the warmer weather of spring. But gardening in January doesn’t have to be a total loss. There are plenty of things you can do to keep your garden healthy and vibrant even in the coldest months. From pruning to pest control, there’s a lot you can do to ensure your garden looks great come … Read the rest
I always have way too many projects going, and tend to jump from project to project. In my business life I have created a system to track my open projects, items and To Dos. As our farm and gardens have grown, small projects have turned into large ones, and keeping track of my garden, experiments, seedling and the rest has required the use of one of … Read the rest
Being organized in our gardens and on the flower farm is a constant challenge, and over the past few years I have started a new habit with a new tool: The Garden Journal. Taking notes, drawing bed layouts, creative sessions and the like have helped create new landscapes and areas on our property, and have also resulted in some beautiful new additions and varieties. Think of it as your … Read the rest
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