Garden Tasks for March

If spring fever has you itching to get out in the garden, we’ve got a solution. While many regions across the US are just beginning to awake from their winter slumber, there’s still plenty to be done. Kick off the new season by dusting off your gardening tools and taking a good look around your […]

GMO- do you even know what that means?

We’ve heard the term and we’ve heard we are to stay away from GMO’s. But what really is GMO? Just like the terms “organic” and “natural”, the use of the term GMO (Genetically Modified Organism) has been used in the media interchangeably with the term GE (Genetically Engineered); these are not the same. So what […]

Picking the Right Pea

Peas are a cool-season vegetable and can be grown here in the spring and fall. There are two sizes to be aware of when picking peas besides the three types of peas. Bush varieties grow 18-24in. tall and are usually quicker to mature. Bush peas do not need to be supported. Vining/Pole types can reach […]

Lett-uce Talk

Lett-uce Grow Lettuce There are many different types of lettuce, but all of them do best in cool temperatures, between 45 and 75 degrees- best suited for the Spring and Fall seasons. The type of lettuce you select will fall into one soil like Coast of Maine Quoddy Mix and plant food such as Garden-tone […]