Gardener Story: Liz Smith

Gardener Story: Liz Smith

Gardener Story: Liz Smith We are excited about the garden this year! In the garden, we have garlic that was planted last fall and spinach that made it through winter in the hoops. We have started cabbage, kale, sugar snaps, and beets. Also, we have volunteer lettuce...
What to Know About Fertilizer

What to Know About Fertilizer

What to Know About Fertilizer April is the time for planting! You will be planting most of your first succession veggies around this time. And with that comes fertilizer. Fertilizer is a key component to a successful garden and for crop health.  What we’ll cover: How...
Creative Ways to Trellis

Creative Ways to Trellis

Creative Ways to Trellis! Today we’re going to learn about ways in which to make your trellises more fun. Learn about squash tunnels, bean teepees and more! There are a plethora of materials you can use and a bunch of ways to make a simple trellis multi-useful as well...
Getting a Soil Test Done

Getting a Soil Test Done

Getting a Soil Test Done Whether getting a soil test done has crossed your mind or not, this is a must-do to get the best grasp on your soil needs. Not only will it benefit your future crop, but it will benefit your knowledge and understanding of the soil present in...
Gardener Story: Jenna Upton

Gardener Story: Jenna Upton

Gardener Story: Jenna Upton I’m not sure what to say about anything amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, but I do know I’ve been very glad to have my garden as a welcome distraction. The soil was covered in weeds and tiny sprouts of cover crop Build it Up provided to nourish...