Get Ready To Garden- Your Spring Checklist

Hoping to get an early start on your spring gardening? That’s great – just be careful not too get too far ahead of yourself.  There’s still plenty of freezing weather still to flash across the radar. Resist the urge to set out new plants; instead, use this time to pay a visit to your garden… Continue reading »

Grow Your Own Salad!

This quick-and-easy container salad garden will start serving up fresh goodies in as little as a few weeks. Pair it with a pot of  cherry tomatoes and you’ll be set for salads for months to come. To grow cucumbers, you’ll need an outdoor spot where your planter will get at least eight hours of sun… Continue reading »

How To Water Your Garden Properly

-By Sarah Bankoff It seems pretty straightforward, doesn’t it? Everyone knows that a garden has to have water to thrive. But drowning your plants in water is just as harmful to them as not watering them at all. So, to try to help you figure out how much is exactly enough, here’s your quick and… Continue reading »

Tohono Chul Park

Recently chosen as one of the ten great botanical gardens in the world, this 49-acre oasis contains nature trails, art exhibits, demonstration gardens, museum shops, greenhouse, and a Tea Room. Tohono Chul Park: Celebrating 25 years of nature, art and culture. One stop light west of intersection at Oracle and Ina Roads 7366 N. Paseo… Continue reading »