All from a shiny reddish ball. Or a fuzzy white ball. Or a corky brown ball. I’m talking oak galls, which commonly strike terror into the hearts of live oak … Read More
Garden Talk This Saturday – Organic Vegetable Gardening with Wyatt Page
Growing food organically promotes life – you get delicious and rewarding veggies by keeping it simple and working with nature, including the beneficial organisms in the soil. Join Wyatt Page … Read More
Is it a Bug or a Fungus?
We’re talking with customers everyday who are concerned that they have a fungus on their plants. My first thought is that it would be rare to have fungus this time … Read More
Control Pests AND Keep Bees Safe!
I always make it a point to garden in a way that works with nature and promotes life. Using the least toxic products when I have a problem or a … Read More
April Garden Guide
Treat organically with Medina Growin’ Green or Milorganite. Organic lawn food is best for long-term root and soil health. Water in well (approximately 30 minutes per area). Treat with Ortho … Read More
Beneficial Bugs to Safely Eliminate Pests!
Spring is here again, and as plants and flowers wake up, so do unwanted guests such as aphids and fleas. Some of the most effective ways to eliminate these pests … Read More
Ready, Set, Get Your Garden Going!
Yes, it is time to begin preparing the vegetable gardens for your tomatoes and peppers! Work in Cotton Burr compost or Natures Blend to enrich your garden for the new … Read More
Bugs Bugs Everywhere!
You would think with our cold winter, snow and 2 freezes in the 20’s all the insects would have frozen. But no, there seems to be an explosion of nature’s … Read More
With The Spring Flush Comes Insects!
Are you challenged with caterpillars, leafminers or whitefly every year? On your bougainvillea, hibiscus, ash or oak trees? If so, now’s the time to apply Bayer Tree & Shrub Drench. … Read More
Be Proactive Against Pests by Being Dormant
Spring is upon us once again and with that comes the flush of new growth followed by the awakening of hungry insects! One good product to help keep your new young … Read More