You may not yet be thinking about tomatoes in your garden yet – but you…
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Pictured: Double Scoop™ Mandarin Coneflower (Echinacea hybrid)
Echinacea is here! We are expecting more to arrive along with warmer temperatures. Plant this pretty perennial in sunny areas & enjoy bright blooms that will attract pollinators for years to come.
Drought-tolerant Sedum for Sun
Sedums are a great addition to a full sun, low water garden. They also add unique texture to containers.
Got Shade? Consider Caladiums & Elephant Ears
Classic caladiums and elephant ears brighten shady gardens long into summer. They’re tremendously easy to grow; even one tuber added to a container planting will send up a summer’s worth of delightfully interesting leaves. Bulbs are selling fast… don’t miss out!
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Eco-Friendly Food Storage Is In-Style Preserve your food and preserve our planet! Reusable, washable Z Wraps make a pretty and practical solution for your lunchbox, leftovers, snacks, and more.
Only a Few More Days for Planting Tomatoes This is the final week to plant tomatoes! It’s important to get them in the ground now so they can get established in time for warmer weather.
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NHG’s Brieux Turner shares tips for growing tomatoes during the spring season.
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