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Taun Beddes |
posted Jun 7th - 8:59am
We live in a Desert. It wouldn't make sense to
plant anything but water wise plants here in
Utah. But that doesn't mean your yard can't
look lush! Here is a list of some gorgeous
plants that you may not have known are water
posted May 31st - 9:01am
Peonies are long lived and a beautiful addition to any landscape!
posted May 31st - 8:58am
Hawthorns are a beautiful tree that give you interest all season long.
posted May 26th - 11:11am
Weeding and spraying weeds in your yard is a necessary part of having one - doing this early is the best idea.
posted May 26th - 10:24am
Interested in Giant Pumpkins? Rise of the Giants is an interesting film based around giant pumpkins, the people, and the process. Expect to see it coming out in the fall! Donate here.
You may love to plant different varieties of tomato's or you may just want to plant a different varieties of another classic vegetable (carrots, lettuce, potato's, onions, peppers etc. ) Here is where you'll find a list of some recommended varieties for your local area here in Utah!
There are a lot of things to consider when planting in pots depending on what you want to do. Here is a good article that will walk you through what you'll want to know.
If you're planting a new tree, here are some things that you'll want to consider.
posted May 17th - 7:29am
One of my favorite early summer bloomers, Jupiters Beard will die back to the ground every year and is a good perennial choice to place with your tulips as it will come up as they are dying back.
Join Wasatch Community Gardens today for their annual plant sale!
There are many factors that you need to consider when keeping your lawn healthy looking and green. Here's some great tips on when to water, aerate, fertilize, and best practices for mowing!
posted May 3rd - 9:24am
Crab apples flower nicely and are a beautiful addition to your landscape. "Spring snow" is one variety that does nice in Utah.
posted May 3rd - 7:20am
Mulching reduces moisture loss from your soil. Here is some information about when and what type to put down.
posted Apr 26th - 10:09am
The latest guide to organic gardening is out! This is a guide with researched methods for organic gardening. Click on this link to pick up your copy today!
Missouri Botanical Center |
posted Apr 26th - 9:11am
There are some nice cultivars of Viburnum that grow GREAT in Utah! This article from the Missouri Botanical Center will tell you more about these wonderful shrubs