Starting seeds isn’t that difficult – With a plastic cup, soft potting media, and a south-facing window, your seeds will thank you!
Seed saving is a time-honored way to preserve flowers and vegetables from year to year. Save seed from your favorite plants, with just a few simple steps.
Seed packet directions can be confusing. Even expert growers need advice to help maximize seed-growing efforts. Here is some information that should help.
Choosing the proper potting mix blend from the vast number being marketed can be daunting unless you know your needs and the right ingredients required.
Fall planted bulbs reward the gardener with early spring garden color. Select firm bulbs and plant in shallow holes before the ground becomes too cold.
Alliums are a common food plant, but Giant Alliums are fairly new to the decorative garden. Easy to grow, these colorful globes look like Truffula Trees!
Amaryllis and Hippeastrum are closely related genera of plants that produce large flowers on the end of smooth stems. Most are grown as houseplants.
Creative city apartment dwellers are reinventing the old idea of rooftop gardens to enjoy the comforts urban dwellers enjoy in their gardens.
Intermediate Daffodils are a somewhat recent classification to bridge flower sizes between the small and the large. They are useful as a hybridizing bridge.
Bromeliads are almost exclusively native to the Americas. They are both terrestrial and epiphyte. They grow well where people are comfortable living.