Monthly Archives: May 2019

Be an Edible Garden Guru

edible garden guru

There are so many benefits to growing your own food, from increased flavor to taking control of what your food is exposed to. Plus, anyone can do it! Whether you have a yard with a …

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Cocktail Garden Garnishes for Memorial Day

cocktail garden garnishes

It may be a little early for your garden to provide a full meal for a Memorial Day cookout, but you can still harvest plenty of fresh flavor for finishing touches. One way to let your garden shine is to serve fresh-from-the-garden cocktails. 

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5 Tips to Help Your Plants Survive Your Vacation

plants vacation survival tips

Summertime often means going on vacation and spending extended periods of time away from home.  If you’re an avid gardener, this can spell trouble. Thankfully, you don’t have to choose between a productive garden and …

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2019 Garden Trends: Moon Gardens

moon garden trend

We might wish we could spend all of our time in the garden, but in reality that’s not always possible. If you only have a few free days per week, it can be tough to find time to enjoy your garden.

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The Sky is the Limit with Container Gardening

container gardening tips]

Interest in container gardening continues to grow year after year because it’s so versatile. Use containers as accent pieces all over your garden, to liven up a balcony or to frame an entryway.

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Indulge Yourself (or Mom) with a Self-Care Garden

self care garden

Self-care looks a little different for everyone.  If you’re looking to indulge yourself (or your mom) this summer, one item you might consider adding to your to-do list is creating a self-care garden.

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Plant Parenthood: Where You Can Find a Community

plant parenthood community

Welcome to Plant Parenthood! As plant people ourselves, we are so excited you have taken the first step into the houseplant-loving world.

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Plan a Tropical Staycation

plan tropical staycation

Summer is just around the corner and it’s time to start daydreaming about sunny mornings enjoying coffee or tea on the front porch, warm evenings entertaining guests on the patio and hot afternoons by the pool.

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