When it’s warm outside and the threat of frost has passed, it’s finally time to plant out crops like tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, and herbs. These plants do not appreciate cold weather, and could be stunted or killed by a late frost. If you must plant them earlier, provide some sort of protection like … Continue Reading ››
You’ve prepared your beds and you’re itching to get the garden planted, but it’s still a bit chilly outside. Fret not! You can plant cold hardy crops right now!
Cold weather crops like cabbage, broccoli, kohlrabi, and Brussels sprouts can be planted out in spring when the soil is workable, … Continue Reading ››
Thinking about growing vegetables this summer? That's great! We're here to help! Nothing compares to the flavor of a fresh tomato, plucked straight from the plant and still warm from the sun. Here's a quick 'n dirty guide to getting started.
Plan and Prepare the Site
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These highly unusual times during which most of us are staying at home to dial down the spread of Coronavirus have resulted in most of us feeling a bit stir-crazy. For a great many of us a sure fire and pleasant cure for stir crazy is time spent getting our gardens in good … Continue Reading ››
During these uncertain times when we are in the midst of "Stay Home Minnesota" we are provided with the time to tackle some spring yard work!
Mulching is one of the easiest and most beneficial practices you can use in the garden. Applying mulch can be described as a protective layer of material that is spread … Continue Reading ››