Gardening in an Eco Garden

Who Can Benefit From This Fantastic Garden? I have been busy planting the last two weeks and now with the gardens planted I am amazed how fast the Eco Gardens grow! I planted on May 12th and already the gardens … Continue Reading
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Eco Garden System with Things Green Nick Federoff

Want to know how an Eco Garden System works? Who best to learn from then the Nation’s top Garden expert, Nick Federoff. We had an opportunity to join Nick on set in California for a demonstration of this fantastic self-watering … Continue Reading

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Eco Garden filled with soil

Two Sweet Petunias: Day 0

Our garden was delivered today and we wasted no time getting all set up! Honestly, setting up the garden was so easy it felt a little like cheating. Aside from choosing a relatively level location in the yard, there was … Continue Reading
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Two Sweet Petunias: Genesis of the Garden

We bought a garden. Yes, that is a play on “We Bought a Zoo” and I realize it doesn’t have quite the same effect. What I should really say is “We bought Costco,” or “We bought the farmer’s market,” because … Continue Reading

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Spring Time Planting

Spring is finally here and everyone is anxious to get the yard cleaned up and the garden planted. So anxious we sometimes start too early. If you have a ground garden it is optimal to wait till the ground warms … Continue Reading

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The Incredible Edible Flower

Who knew that a flower was edible? If you think about it, however, most of the vegetables you eat come from flowering plants, and of course herbs can be categorized as flowers. I am sure some of you have been … Continue Reading

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The Millennial Green Obsession

The snow is melting, the tulips are popping, and the birds are chirping! This is always a good sign that spring has sprung! One other good sign is the local news and radios are advertising the openings of the farmers’ … Continue Reading

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The Difference between Tomato Varieties

Why so many tomatoes? Tomatoes are either highly praised as wonderful or highly disliked as disgusting. I think of the children’s book “I Will Never Not Ever Eat A Tomato” written by Lauren Child which covers not only a child’s … Continue Reading

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The Pros and Cons of Elevated Garden Bed Options

Raised beds have taken the garden world by storm by giving people a stress free gardening choice. There are so many varieties available to the consumer it is hard to choose one that fits all your needs. We have traveled … Continue Reading

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Starting Your Seeds Indoors

Lessons Learned There is so much information online about how to start your seeds indoors that it can be overwhelming to say the least. It took me a while to motivate myself to do it after realizing it can’t be … Continue Reading

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