Create a nectar and pollen “cafe” for passing pollinators! We’ll plant our pots with ornamental annuals and culinary herbs to provide a good source of nectar and pollen for bees, butterflies, and other little helpers. Whether you have a balcony, rooftop, patio, or front porch, you can still plant a fantastic pollinator-supporting garden! *While we will have some part-shade plants to choose from, most of the annuals and herbs will thrive best in a full sun exposure.
If you’re like us, you’ve constantly got gardening on the brain. You commute while thinking about gardening, exercise while thinking about gardening, clean the house while thinking about gardening, and even GARDEN while thinking about gardening! With thousands of topics covered in podcasts (free pre-recorded audio shows) it’s no wonder that there are myriad excellent gardening podcasts for inspired listening while going about your day. If you are new to the world of gardening podcasts, here are some to get you started.
There are many reasons to start seeds indoors, not least of which is a way to cure spring fever! As well as an economical way to garden, you will get to witness the miracle of seed germination and it is a great teaching tool for kids. Our advice is to start with a few types of seeds; going overboard can overwhelm both your energy and your indoor space.