Epiphytes are a fascinating type of plant! In the wild they grow on tree trunks, in the forks of branches, on the sides of rocks, and even in aquatic settings. Common epiphytes are some types of ferns, orchids, bromeliads, and cacti. Because true epiphytes don’t require much soil, if any, they make excellent houseplants.
Succulents bring to mind southern climes and hothouse temperatures but there are many cold hardy succulents just waiting for a spot in your garden! We’re sharing a showcase of 10 of our favorites that we grow here at Gulley Greenhouse…
Enjoy fresh veggies and herbs from the garden later into the fall season by sowing seeds now! Crops that mature fairly quickly can be tucked into empty garden spaces for lush autumn harvests.
Using the proper tool for your garden project makes the job go smoother, faster, and safer. Though we use the words shovel and spade interchangeably they have different designs and serve different purposes.
We think nothing tastes like summer more than fresh plump tomatoes! Especially ones you’ve grown yourself. Make this year your healthiest, most abundant tomato yield ever with these helpful tips.