Put Gravel In The Bottom Of Your Pots To Improve Drainage
Countless studies have shown that this practice actually impedes drainage.
Articles and News from The Flower Farm of Sandpoint, Idaho
It is true that Calcium deficiency IN THE DEVELOPING FRUIT is the cause of blossom end rot. But in fact, the issue is most often
Healthy soil contains millions of fungi and bacteria many of which are beneficial to plant growth.
It is true that many Organic pesticides are less toxic than many of the synthetic alternatives but the Organic label does not guarantee
The research does not support this claim. Wound dressing does not prevent decay organisms from entering the wound.
Newly planted trees should be staked LOOSELY so as to allow them to rock in the wind.
Bad idea. You should dig the hole at least twice as wide as the roots but no deeper.
This piece of misinformation has been repeated so often that it almost seems true.
Topping trees only leads to problems, eventually rendering your tall trees less safe.
Thatch is comprised mainly of the stems and roots of the grass which decompose slowly and not the leaves which decompose quickly.
Lime does not kill Moss. Lime may help your turf grass compete with the moss ONLY if the pH of your soil is seriously below the ideal
Mixing sand with clay is great for making bricks but will only make your garden soil as hard as a rock.
Gardeners living west of the Cascade range have enjoyed using Hardy Fuchsias as perennials for over 150 years but is it possible in North Idaho?
A beautiful hanging basket is an essential element in creating a warm and welcoming porch or patio.
Looking for a perennial for shade? Never fear, Jack Frost is here!
The Crazytunia series continues to delight and amaze!
Our customers can't seem to get enough Lantana. We keep adding more to our production schedule and they keep selling out!
Our facebook friends receive timely updates about what’s going on at the farm including advance notice of upcoming sales and specials.
For the past 70 years or so we’ve been advised to use Vitamin B-1 as an aid to successful transplanting. It is often said that B-1, by itself or in combination with certain nutrients promotes root re-generation.
The magnifying effect of a water droplet is not sufficient to adversely affect the tissue upon which it rests.
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