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Groundwork for the Garden

Groundwork for the Garden

February is a pivotal month on the farm. It’s a time when we get the first glimmer of Spring, though it is still right in the middle of winter. It’s...

Groundwork for the Garden

February is a pivotal month on the farm. It’s a time when we get the first glimmer of Spring, though it is still right in the middle of winter. It’s...

Sowing Seeds of Anticipation

Sowing Seeds of Anticipation

Can you believe we’re already at the end of January? For many, the New Year has come and gone, but if you are a gardener, you know that the year...

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Sowing Seeds of Anticipation

Can you believe we’re already at the end of January? For many, the New Year has come and gone, but if you are a gardener, you know that the year...

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Sweet Pea Growing Guide

Sweet Pea Growing Guide

What you'll learn inside — How to Grow Sweet Peas: Sweet Pea Species Starting Sweet Peas Preparing to Plant Planting Methods Caring for Sweet Peas Harvesting Tips Dealing with Pests...

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Sweet Pea Growing Guide

What you'll learn inside — How to Grow Sweet Peas: Sweet Pea Species Starting Sweet Peas Preparing to Plant Planting Methods Caring for Sweet Peas Harvesting Tips Dealing with Pests...

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Dahlias 101

Dahlias 101

Planting Dahlias Here at the farm, our tubers are planted around late April/early May, depending on the weather. Dahlias should be planted after the last frost and the ground should...

Dahlias 101

Planting Dahlias Here at the farm, our tubers are planted around late April/early May, depending on the weather. Dahlias should be planted after the last frost and the ground should...

How to Grow Anemones and Ranunculus Corms

Anemones & Ranunculus Growing Guide

You’ve probably opened your package and thought what in the world? Yes, these little brown octopuses and acorns really do produce some of the most beautiful flowers we grow here...

Anemones & Ranunculus Growing Guide

You’ve probably opened your package and thought what in the world? Yes, these little brown octopuses and acorns really do produce some of the most beautiful flowers we grow here...