Spring is in the air! You can’t help wanting to join the birds outside and start planting your garden. It is possible to start planting well before the last frost date, even in Colorado! There are a number of vegetables, herbs, and flowers that you can plant outside…some of which even prefer the cooler temps of early spring. The two key points to remember when planting early in the season are to make sure your beds are amended before planting and to be prepared to act in case bad weather comes!
We get a lot of questions about which plants are safe to grow around your pets. Finally you can bring some green into your home without the worry!
With over 1 billion users and 100 million photos / videos uploaded each day, Instagram has rapidly become a wealth of information. We love it for the wonderful tips, tricks, and ideas that it gives to houseplant lovers such as ourselves. Whether you have a green thumb, or just love to look at green and living things, we have compiled a list of our favorite accounts that make indoor gardening look good! Did we miss one of your favorites? Please use the comment section below to let us know!
If houseplants could yawn, stretch their limbs, and look sleepily around like a bear coming out of hibernation, the end of February would be the time! Days are getting longer, which is noticeable to indoor plants, letting them know it’s time to come out of dormancy. Because you love your plants and are responsible for their little ecosystems, here are some helpful things you can do for them this spring…