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For most of us, this is the week to plant!
If you didn't get a chance to start seeds this spring for warm season crops such as tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers, we've got a great selection available in all of our stores. Most plants, including warm season veggies and tender annuals, begin to grow well when the soil temperature reaches at least 60 degrees.
Three popular plants on their own will be even more popular when combined to create Velvet Skies. Chosen as the 2013 National Combination...
There are literally hundreds if not thousands of tomato varieties available which makes picking just one a bit intimidating. Luckily, Linder’s...
This year we introduce “Grafted Tomatoes” from Burpee Home Gardens. They took a tasty heirloom variety and grafted it on a hybrid...
It’s back and better than ever! Beginning May 14th, they will be giving away $50 Gift Card/day all summer long and one Grand Prize of $15,000 Garden Makeover.
Every spring my yard looks like a mine field and of course there are urine spots. When a dog urinates it is like putting straight fertilizer on the grass.
This salad recipe from P. Allen Smith's cookbook was served for lunch during our 'Bring On Spring' event. Great as a starter course for any main meal.
A specific strain of downy mildew has been spotted on Impatiens in various locations in the United States. Learn more on how to care for your impatiens this year.
This kit makes it simple to water up to 10 pots or 30 feet of garden beds all at once. The kit is easy to use and can be completely set up in minutes!