Do you wish to spice up your empty backyard with a home garden? More people are gardening than ever. This blossoming growth has led to the establishment of numerous local plant nurseries. Ultimately, this has made finding the perfect plant nursery vital for your gardening journey quite difficult even for experienced green thumbs.

A garden is one of the perfect places where you can express yourself. Your garden should embody your creativity, given that it is a living masterpiece that grows and changes as we do.

Did you know? 29% of all gardening households are made up of 18 to 24-year-olds, suggesting a rising interest in gardening among younger generations.

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Garden centers around the country provide products and advice for growing your own plants at home, but one of the less-talked-about kinds of gardening is indoor gardening.

If you want to experience the unbeatable fresh taste and health benefits of growing your own vegetables and herbs, a little work on the front end of the season will help you enjoy garden-fresh edibles come summertime and early fall harvesting season. To ensure a successful harvest, have a plan on what – and when – to plant.

Hands holding fresh picked apples

If you long for the sweet taste and delightful crunch that can only come from an apple picked fresh from the tree, but don’t think you have the space, time, or equipment for a home orchard, you are in luck. Apple trees that fit your home and lifestyle are now within reach – literally!

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Growing plants indoors can be an immensely satisfying experience, as many green-thumbed gardeners will confess. Not only does it warm up your space and bring nature’s serenity to your private space, but urban populations are even starting to grow plants in their homes for food.

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A recent study in the U.S. shows that in 2017, approximately 117.6 million Americans did some gardening. Some did it as a way of spicing up their backyard, while others just love the idea of gardening.

a green houseplant on a windowsill

If you are like me, you love houseplants. Big leaves and cascading foliage; vibrant pops of color and unique variegated patterns; we just love ‘em all. Houseplants just seem to put me in a peaceful mood. I can’t quite put my finger on it, but when I’m surrounded by greenery indoors I just feel more…focused. Creative. Relaxed. Happy. Does anybody else get that feeling around houseplants?

The frosted branches of a dormant plant

Despite our relatively mild weather during the Holidays, it appears that the colder weather - and perhaps a little snow - is ready to make a January appearance. When the temperatures get colder, there are a few simple things to remember for your yard and garden, in order to limit and prevent problems in the spring. Just follow these simple cold-weather tips and you can be sure that your plants will be prepared to thrive come springtime!