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14 Apr / 2015

The Wait is Over!

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It’s time! Winter is over and we need to get into gardening mode.  Now is the time, while the weather is still a bit too chilly to plant, to plan those gardens.  Can’t decide what to plant?  There are so many great options.  Let us help you brainstorm by mentioning a couple of exciting gardening trends for 2015.

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It’s April, which means it’s time to get the party – I mean garden – started!

First thing’s first. A healthy garden requires healthy soil, and when’s the last time you checked your soil? Especially if you’re starting a fresh garden on a new plot, testing the soil is very important. Making sure your soil has a good PH balance, isn’t too sandy or heavy in clay, and can support a healthy garden is going to make all the difference in yield and health of your plants.

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You work so hard in your garden to make it beautiful. It would be a shame if your garden became sick. Yes, they can become sick if you aren’t following healthy garden practices. 

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Wouldn’t it be great if gardeners could combine the best qualities of two plants to make one plant?

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There is a debate that rages in gardening circles each year around this time. It’s a hot one, and it pits expert against expert on the topic of tilling. Yes, tilling is THAT hot! To till or not to till the garden soil each spring, that is the issue.

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Wow, it was a long, cold winter. Finally, the sun is shining and we are enjoying some warm weather. Now that we have sunny days, we need to think about what plants to place in our gardens. Today we are going to focus on the sunny areas of our gardens. We’ll discuss shade-loving plants another time.

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