6 Summer Refreshes for Small Outdoor Spaces

Ah, summer. The backyard barbecues, the festivals and fairs, the white legs and farmer’s tans. It’s a time to get outdoors and enjoy all that the sun-filled season has to offer. It’s also time to think about your outdoor space: is it a sanctuary ready for relaxing and entertaining? Or is it filled with dead […]

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Garden Bandits: How to Keep Your Bounty, and the Creatures at Bay

My dad had a decent-sized garden. He grew tomatoes, lettuce, collard greens, cabbage, okra, peppers, green beans, carrots—you name it. At one point or another if you grew it and ate it, it probably was in his garden. However, when it came to tomatoes, I noticed he planted large amounts of tomato plants, and by…

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2018 Garden Trends That Will Change the Way You Look at Gardening

The recent release of Garden Media Group’s Garden Trends Report for 2018 has sparked discussion in garden communities around the nation as to how they want to revamp old or build new green spaces in the new year. In this blog post, we discuss a few of these trends, and you’ll learn how to incorporate…

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Cool Indoor Gardening Ideas to Beat the Winter Blues

Who says you can’t have fresh plants and flowers around you even in the dead of winter? Maybe this is a no-brainer if you live in a temperate climate like Southern California, but for those of you who live in the Midwest and other places where the frosty winter months make gardening outdoors impossible, you…

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