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posted Dec 7th - 9:09am
Every year we hear about all kinds of home remedies to make your Christmas tree stay green longer. Here's some great tips. Remember not to let the water fall past the cut line of your tree!
posted Nov 30th - 8:18am
There are still some things you can do to keep up on your tree's this season. Here's what you need to know!
There are some great seasonal house plants during the winter season. Here's how to take care of them!
Taun Beddes |
posted Nov 30th - 7:42am
Citrus fruit, including grapefruit, oranges, mandarin oranges, lemons, limes and others, are at their peak of availability during the winter season.
Teryl Roper |
posted Nov 23rd - 10:10am
Thanksgiving is coming- if you want to have a great festival treat, home made cranberries are a great way to go!
KSL Greenhouse Show |
posted Nov 23rd - 9:15am
It's fall again and time to think about how to keep those pesky animals, that may find a home in your yard, out!
Storing chemical can be pretty dangerous, if you don't do it right. Here's some quick tips for storing your pesticides and fertilizer this winter.
posted Nov 16th - 7:21am
Its time to think about storing your tools and fertilizers for winter. Here's some tips
posted Nov 16th - 7:13am
How do you get your amaryllis to bloom over and over again? Find out here!
Jerry Goodspeed |
posted Nov 9th - 7:19am
Keeping plants healthy and productive starts with the soil. A good garden soil should be deep, workable, fertile, and contain some organic matter. Most native soils in the intermountain area will need to be amended and improved to become as productive as possible. Here's some tips to adding organic matter to improve your soil!
Taun Beddes |
posted Nov 1st - 7:31pm
When you think winter, think pruning. Some plants like to be pruned just before winter and some like it just after. Remember that pruning encourages growth. Here's some tips!
Dennis Hinkamp |
posted Oct 26th - 7:23am
We know its time to plant your bulbs, but how do you make sure they look their best when they sprout? Here's a few hints that can help you when organizing and designing your bulb layouts.
posted Oct 26th - 7:14am
Well its Jack-O-Lantern season, but how do you keep that work of art in top shape for the longest amount of time? We'll tell you how- here!
Taun Beddes |
posted Oct 19th - 8:38am
Fall is the time to plant your bulbs for spring flowing!
posted Oct 19th - 8:25am
Its time to start thinking about rototilling and composting your yard. Here's a couple options for you.