Cold weather is setting in, and that means it's time to think about winter garden prep. Here's a quick list of critical considerations as you get your garden ready for winter.
Good hydration at the roots is essential to happy plants next season. Newly installed plants need to be watered up until the ground … Continue Reading ››
September is here, but that doesn't mean that the season is over. In fact, now that hot weather is settling down, it's the perfect time to get some things done in the garden. Here's our quick list of September garden tasks:
September Garden Tasks
Plant At the risk of sounding like a broken record- fall … Continue Reading ››
Interested in gardening for pollinators? Plant some Minnesota native plants! Though many of our favorite introduced landscape plants are attractive to pollinators, native plants are considered the gold standard to support endangered species like our Minnesota state bee, the rusty-patched bumblebee.
Getting Started with Natives
If you’re the go big or go home type, establish … Continue Reading ››
The hustle and bustle of spring has passed and our gardens are happily growing away. June is a great month to enjoy time outside in the fresh air and do a bit of garden maintenance. Here's our quick list of June garden tasks.
June Garden List
Weed the garden. Weed again. Keep weeding! Top up … Continue Reading ››
This year’s spring was a long, cold affair. The grey skies and cold rains had gardeners poised right on the edge of madness. We weren’t the only ones in a frustrating holding pattern. Our plants patiently waited for signs that it was safe to emerge from their winter slumber. And boy did we … Continue Reading ››