Creating Healthy And Balanced Soil

Jump – Start For Collards In Your Garden

by Polly Creating Healthy And Balanced Soil

Jump – start for collards in your garden! How? We prepare the soil in our collards beds in fall, and sow the seeds right then. A light mulch of straw and /or chopped leaves protects the seeds over the winter. So, as soon as the soil thaws in early spring, they are ready to get […]

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Primroses Give Your House And Garden A Bright Look!

by Polly Creating Healthy And Balanced Soil

Primroses give your house and garden a bright look. Not only are primroses among the first perennials to bloom—some even flower in late winter—but their very name implies earliness: Primula derives from the Latin word for “early.” On the cusp of spring we’re so starved for color that we can hardly resist the English primroses. […]

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Planting Garlic: Great, Not Late

by Polly Composting

Planting garlic: great, not late if you put it in the ground right now. Garlic is hardy (remember, it grows in Siberia)! Harsh  weather conditions will stunt its growth and make it less resistant to insects and disease. If you want great garlic,  you need to encourage it to be strong. It is all about the  […]

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Introducing Sedum, The Easiest And Most Carefree Plant To Grow For Fall Color!

by Polly Creating Healthy And Balanced Soil

Introducing sedum, the easiest and most carefree plant to grow for fall color. “Autumn Joy” sedum is everything its name suggests – and lots more, too. This tough – as – nails perennial makes neat, 18 -to 24 – inch – tall clumps of fleshy, gray-green leaves that look great all through the growing season […]

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Rock Dust For Bigger, Better-Tasting Veggies & Showier Flowers

by Polly Composting

Rock Dust 
provides slow release of trace minerals, 
Increases microorganism growth,builds more soil & 
Increases nutrition in plants and crops

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