What to Watch for After a Cool, Wet Spring

What to Watch for After a Cool, Wet Spring

Minter Country Garden Normally, when we edge our way from spring to summer, the weather gets a little warmer, a little drier, and out come the shorts and T-shirts. Well, this year is certainly far from normal! The many days of cool, wet weather that we have had are...
Replacing Your Lawn with Clover

Replacing Your Lawn with Clover

Replacing Your Lawn with Clover Explore the eco-friendly benefits of clover lawns and discover how to transform your yard into a sustainable pollinator paradise! Many folks are looking for alternatives for their lawns these days, whether its to attract more...
Planting Bare Root Plants

Planting Bare Root Plants

Planting Bare Root Plants All our fruit trees and many shade and flowering trees/shrubs are field lifted and sold to us as bare root plants. All our roses arrive bare root, as do many small fruits, like raspberries and strawberries. Handled properly, the survival rate...
Asparagus!

Asparagus!

Asparagus! After a year of ups and downs with the weather, and after several years of economic fluctuations, folks are keen to expand their edible gardens and to get a jump on the growing season ahead to try and maximize what they can harvest in a year. While it’s...

Blueberries

Blueberries Blueberry plants have now arrived and they are truly one of the easiest, and most rewarding, plants to grow in the home garden and they truly provide year-round enjoyment. They offer lovely green foliage and white blooms in spring, delicious healthy...
February Garden To-Do List

February Garden To-Do List

February Garden To-Do List Groundhogs and lobsters aside, the forecast for the next few weeks calls for many cool, clear days (and we’ll take ‘em, thank you very much!), which gives us a fantastic opportunity to get into the garden and get a jump on spring! Here are...