1. Perfect Herbs To Grow This Winter

    With the weather changing and beginning to get colder in Michigan, you likely aren’t looking to plant anything outdoors anytime soon. However, that doesn’t mean that you have to stop being a gardener all together for the next six months. In fact, there are plenty of things you can plant inside your home that will give you the same satisfaction you find when tending to your garden during the wa…Read More

  2. September Yard Chores

    With the autumn season just a week away, you are likely starting to look forward to the lack of yard work you will be doing over the next six months or so. However, don’t get ahead of yourself as there are still some imperative tasks that have to be completed before you can neglect your lawn for winter. Weeds Now is the time to get rid of any weeds that are still running rampant throughout your …Read More

  3. Start Prepping for Indoor Winter Foliage

    With August ending soon, you are likely starting to think about how much you are going to miss all the wonderful bright hues of summer. For many people, the cold weather that is coming poses a threat to their overall well being. Seasonal Affective Disorder causes those who have it to go through bouts of depression when they have to spend a significant amount of time indoors because of the weather.…Read More

  4. August is Here! Are You Planting?

    Can you believe it? August is already here, meaning while the warm weather hasn’t subsided just yet, you can still be making some progress where your garden is concerned. Yes, it may be hot during the days but as summer slows down, the mornings and late afternoons are perfect for planting. As long as you can guarantee that your seedlings can get the right amount of water over the next couple of …Read More

  5. How To Harden Off Seedlings

    If this is your first season gardening, you may not know where to start. Often, most people begin by growing their seeds indoors until they begin to see growth. After this they will start a hardening process. Hardening is when you take seedlings that have been started indoors and begin to get them accustomed to the outdoors by slowly exposing them to the environment. Here you can discover how to g…Read More

  6. Get Excited That It’s Almost Time For Spring Gardening!

    The first day of spring is just one month away which means it’s time to start stocking up on all the things you need to make your garden spectacular this year. With that said, we thought we could give you some tips regarding how to best prep for getting the garden you’ve always dreamed of. So let’s get started… You must plan Gardening isn’t as simple as just putting on some gloves and di…Read More

  7. Valentine’s Day Gifts For The Gardener in Your Life

    Valentine’s Day comes but once a year and while it is thought to be the signature holiday to send that special someone in your life flowers and chocolate, other gifts may be a better alternative. You see, February is the month when avid gardeners take to their gardening notebooks and begin planning out everything they would like to accomplish this year where their garden is concerned. If you swe…Read More

  8. Winter Gardening 101

    You may not be aware, but many people continue to have successful garden throughout the winter season. If you are someone who loves growing a garden and tends to miss it once the cold months set it, it may be time for you to begin learning more about winter gardening. Below you can discover a few tips that will give you a better idea of how people have full and lush gardens even in the coldest of …Read More

  9. Taking Advantage of The Winter Months Ahead By Planning Your Garden

    Whether or not you successfully planted a garden last year, the beauty of gardening is that each spring brings new potential. This winter while you are stuck indoors will be a great time to get a better understanding of what you can do differently to the garden you will be planting in a few months compared to last year’s garden. When doing this, remember to always start with the basics. You may …Read More

  10. Indoor Gardening For Those Who Adore Plants All Year Long

    You may already know that indoor plants are a great additional to your home for several reasons. For one, they clean the air in our home and are pleasing to the senses in general. Secondly they add a bit of color and life to your indoor living spaces. Lastly, they are extremely easy to take care! For those who are just introducing plants into their home, here are just a few of the easier ones to t…Read More