Fall Gardening: End Of Season Tasks

Fall brings shorter days, cooler temperatures, and time to enjoy the bounty of the gardening season. Taking care of some garden tasks in the fall is an excellent way to ensure the garden is at its best for the upcoming spring season. Fall Garden Cleanup As vegetable plants decline, they can be pulled up and added to the compost pile, tilled into the garden to break down, or pulled up and covered with organic mulch. Any plants showing signs of disease or infection are best disposed of or burned to reduce the chances of disease organisms overwintering and promoting problems […]

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12 Most Popular Gardening Gifts For Father’s Day

Father’s Day was created in the early 1900s. It is celebrated on the third Sunday of June. The holiday was created to honor fatherhood. Cards, gifts, and a special dinner are often how Father’s Day is celebrated in the United States. Choosing the perfect Father’s Day gift can be challenging when your father is a gardening enthusiast. We’ve selected some of our most popular items your favorite gardener will enjoy for years to come. Gift Certificates Jung Seed gift certificates are the perfect gift for Father’s Day. They are delivered via email, available in any increment, and never expire! Father’s […]

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4 Simple Steps for Fall Garden Tool Clean Up

As leaves start changing colors and the first fall frost approaches, it is once again time to prioritize finishing the last garden chores to ready the garden for the winter. An important, but sometimes overlooked fall chore, is properly cleaning and storing tools and garden equipment for winter. Step 1: Wash Clean off all dirt, soil residue, and rust spots from garden tools with a wire brush, fine-grained sandpaper, or steel wool. Remove plant sap from pruners and loppers with a cloth moistened with rubbing alcohol or turpentine. (if you have practiced appropriate seasonal pruner sanitation, this task should be […]

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