1. 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

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. Decorate Your Lawn For Fall With Flowers From Abele!

    There are many wonderful things that come along with the autumn season in Michigan. Whether your favorite part of fall is going to football games, visiting pumpkin patches or enjoying a bonfire on a crisp night, it’s safe to say that this season is full of enjoyable things. One of the practices many people partake in when the crisp fall air begins to show itself is putting autumn appropriate flo…Read More

  5. Fall May Be The Best Time To Do Your Planting

    You may think your gardening days are coming to a close as the warm weather begins to change into that cool autumn breeze and you collect the last of the vegetables from your garden. However, what you may not know is there are several reasons you should be planting in the fall. For one, there are sure to be sales as the cold weather approaches. Whereas people tend to pay a ton in the Spring for ga…Read More

  6. Garden To Dos For August In Michigan

    August is almost here and that means you can finally start reaping some more of the rewards in your garden. In Michigan, it’s important to recognize that we have to follow a certain set of steps that will help you gain the best outcome when concerning your garden. Below are a few steps you should take to make sure your garden continues to thrive as you begin to harvest more and more. 1. Begin wa…Read More

  7. 10 Tools Every Gardener Must Have (Part 2)

    Last blog post we started a list of the must-have gardening tools every new gardener needs in order for them to be successful. This blog post we continue this list: Long Hose With Rain Wand A hose is of course a must have for your garden. Rubber hoses are the best as they last much longer than plastic hoses. Make sure the hose comes with brass couplings and not plastic. Overall, the avoid plastic.…Read More

  8. 10 Tools Every Gardener Must Have (Part 1)

    If you are starting a new garden and have gotten very excited about the idea how spend your spring and summer in the soil, you may end up going a little overboard at the garden store. So to prevent you from spending hours walking in circles looking at different tools we have compiled a list of garden tools that are a must-have for a new gardener. Spade These are shovels with square heads and short…Read More

  9. Gardening Tips For The Dog Days of Summer

    July is just around the corner and with it comes outrageous temperatures. We know you put a ton of work into your garden this spring and it would be nice if you could just sit back and relax while you watch your seedlings sprout and flourish. Unfortunately, there is some additional maintenance that is required if you want your garden to have the best possible outcome. Tip #1: Watch for pests! If y…Read More

  10. Learning The Greenhouse Basics

    Having your own greenhouse isn’t exactly a cakewalk. In fact, there are so many facets of running a successful greenhouse that even the most experienced of growers forget a step from time to time. In order to avoid this happening to you, we have put together a list of greenhouse basics that are sure to keep you growing and showing off your greenhouse for the long haul. First, it is important to …Read More