New Posts: Roses

Sea Foam Rose Trailing Ground Cover Rose

Sea Foam Rose Trailing Ground Cover Rose

[ 0 ] February 2, 2014 |

Sea Foam rose is as fresh and playful as the frothy foam that rolls off the breaking waves. This cascading rose is a multifaceted performer in the landscape doing double duty as a trailing ground cover rose or as a frothy mounding shrub rose covered in snowy white sweet fragrant flowers. White roses, so often […]

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New Posts: Edible Gardening

How to Grow Herbs |Quick Tips

How to Grow Herbs |Quick Tips

[ 0 ] February 26, 2014 |

It is so easy to grow herbs in the garden or patio container. Whether you grow herbs for their wonderful aroma, for culinary uses, to dry and use in bath and body products, or just give them a ‘rub’ in the garden and release a fragrance bomb that soothes the senses, regardless of the reason, […]

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New Posts: Perennial Plants

How To Grow Hostas | Growing Hostas

How To Grow Hostas | Growing Hostas

[ 0 ] April 5, 2014 |

Add some color, texture and drama to your garden when you grow Hostas! Hosta are a large genus of 30-45 species of perennial plants, with numerous cultivars available offering a wide selection of plant size, leaf size, color, and sun tolerance. Hostas are so simple to grow, you may find that the most difficult task […]

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New Posts: Gardening

How To Grow Hostas | Growing Hostas

How To Grow Hostas | Growing Hostas

[ 0 ] April 5, 2014 |

Add some color, texture and drama to your garden when you grow Hostas! Hosta are a large genus of 30-45 species of perennial plants, with numerous cultivars available offering a wide selection of plant size, leaf size, color, and sun tolerance. Hostas are so simple to grow, you may find that the most difficult task […]

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New Posts: Our Best of Picks

Black Plants | Black Foliage Black Flowers

Black Plants | Black Foliage Black Flowers

[ 0 ] January 18, 2014 |

Spice up your garden with the drama and contrast that black plants add to the landscape. Now more than ever, black is back as the ideal accent for the landscape. A tone, or hue, depending on how saturated the black is, black is neutral that works well with any color palette. Depending on the plant, […]

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New Posts: Easy Recipes

Wilted Swiss Chard with Garlic

Wilted Swiss Chard with Garlic

[ 0 ] February 11, 2014 |

One of my favorite quick, easy side dishes, wilted Swiss chard with garlic is especially easy to make when the greens are harvested right from the kitchen garden. For color, flavor and nutritional value I like to use Rainbow Swiss Chard and beet greens. Never planted Rainbow Swiss Chard? Try CaribbeanGarden certified organic seeds. I […]

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English Lavender  | Hardy Lavender angustifolia

English Lavender | Hardy Lavender angustifolia

[ 0 ] February 14, 2014 |

For centuries, Lavender has been a staple perennial plant essential in herb gardens. In modern times, lavender has become an indispensable garden plant revered for its xeric nature and fragrant flowers. One of the most popular and recognizable perennial plants, not all lavender, are the same. Lavandula is a large genus containing 30 plus species, […]

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Foliar Feeding for Plants, Vegetables, Roses

Foliar Feeding for Plants, Vegetables, Roses

[ 0 ] January 31, 2014 |

Foliar feeding garden plants and vegetables is a quick, but temporary way to provide instant nutrients to the plant. Ideally when growing organically you always want to feed the soil with compost, nutrients and minerals,¬†and then allow the plants to retrieve the needed nutrients from the fertile soil. In some cases, this is not always […]

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