Patience, Patience, Patience

Patience, Patience, Patience

The first day of baseball is here yet the snow is still piled high at the end of my driveway.  When are you going to get into the field?  That is a familiar question that seems to be asked quite a bit.  My response is always “when the soil is ready”. Last...

Soil Amendments

Before the holes are dug, the plants planted and the mulch installed, stop and think about how the plants will react to the surroundings. Will they look lush, heavy with blooms and have intense fall color or will they be sparse, with few blooms, washed out fall color...
Maintaining Your Tools

Maintaining Your Tools

The work day begins with you walking into the garage, past the snow blower, lawn mower, bikes, golf clubs, and landscape tools.  The snow blower had a tune-up last fall, the mower has been cleaned up and blade sharpened, the bikes have been cleaned and polished, and...
Growing From Seed

Growing From Seed

By Jackie Overom As we plan ahead for our Spring gardening fun many folks love to begin by deciding what to plant from seed.  By starting seeds indoors here in Minnesota zone 4, you can get a 4 to 6 week head start on the gardening season.  Some crops such as tomatoes...
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