Let’s take a look at the variety of spring flowers that are just waiting to come to life in your garden. Whether you choose to replant annuals each season or perennials that will come back again and again, a bit of planning and a good day’s work will be worth the effort come springtime.
It’s obvious that the resurgence of gardening is here to stay. If you’re still not on the bandwagon or need to justify the endless hours you’re spending digging up weeds and shooing away aphids, then it will help to know that gardening has many benefits to both your mental and physical health. Gardening is one of the most well-rounded and invigorating hobbies, and there are many great reasons why.
As we’ve grappled with the COVID-19 pandemic the last year, many of us have realized just how important it is to have a sense of community, food security, and a connection to the outdoors. In our yearning for these simple – yet vital – pleasures of life, we’ve stumbled upon the joy of the community garden.
It’s time to grow tomatoes in your patio garden! You don’t have to have a large space or even a raised bed to grow tomatoes right outside your door. With a bit of planning and some medium to large pots you can enjoy everything from Caprese salad to homemade ketchup throughout the summer months and into the fall.
There’s a special joy that comes with a bountiful crop harvested from your own garden. With every delicious bite you’ll remember the smell of rich soil, the warm sun on your skin, and – in the case of root vegetables – that satisfying feel of tugging them out of the earth
Now that the weather is warming up, and the birds are singing happily, gardeners are starting to think about their spring plans. Juicy tomatoes, fragrant basil, and vibrant flowers dance through our minds as we brave the last stretch of winter. While exciting, it can also seem overwhelming, so we’re here to help you prep your garden for the change in season.