Seedlist & Planting Guide 2015

Here it is!  The seed list for 2015, including some new great varieties:Optimum II Corn:  The perfect corn has somehow gotten better!  Optimum II is just like the original, but with longer ears, less string, and greater disease resistance.

Garden Guide - Condensed

Why growing a garden just makes sense - It does!

Feed Your Family for $25

Feed your family for less than $25 a year. Tips on storing, saving and growing your own seeds. How to prepare your garden for planting. 2011

Employment Application

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Fruits Catalog

Fruits Catalog

Grapes

Grapes are an excellent fruit for fresh use or processing into jam, jelly, juice, pie, or wine. In addition, grapevines can be ornamental and valuable as shade or screen plants in the home landscape when trained on a trellis or arbor.

Lawn Care: Weeds, Thatch and Aeration

Treating your lawn for insects isn’t the only preventive step you can take in the spring.

Proper Mowing

There are many environmental stresses that affect our lawns: drought, heat, insects, weed seeds blowingin from neighbors etc. Unfortunately we do not have much control over these stresses. But we do havecontrol over one necessary stress: mowing.

Watering Your Lawn Efficiently

As we all know, water is a valuable resource. Did you know 61 % of all our water use is used to water our landscapes? Our lawns are often the heaviest users of this precious (and expensive) resource.

Lawn Pests and Diseases

Just what are those little cream-colored moths flying up out of the grass? Everyone seems to think thatthey are the adult sod webworm moth. They aren’t.
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Featured Products

Petunia, Wave Misty Lilac
Wave Petunia is the variety that has taken the gardening world by storm in recent years.


Grow More Chelated Iron, 6%, EDDHA
High-clay soils are also usually high-alkalinity soils, which bind up free iron so it is not available to plants.  Chelated iron has a protection around the iron, allowing it to be absorbed into more plants more completely.