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- Summer gardening is hot right now. Midsummer can be a challenging time in areas with scorching summers and blistering sun. Cool season crops bolt, weeds seem to thrive, and watering can feel like it's never-ending. Read on for a few summer gardening tips. Ways to Beat the Heat Summer Gardening It’s not only some of
Flowers don’t have to stop blooming and growing after spring, in fact, your garden can be overflowing with colorful and fragrant blooms, even on the hottest days. We’ve compiled a list of some of the best summer flowers, so read on for a little bit of summer flower garden inspiration. More
Aphids can leave plants in a weakened state that makes them more prone to other diseases, some of which are carried by the aphids themselves. Follow along and learn everything to know about aphids, so you can protect your tender crops from their destructive ways. More
Tomatoes are a real centerpiece of any backyard vegetable garden. In fact, nothing beats the taste of a homegrown tomato picked fresh from the vine at harvest time. It is the time when all the fruit of your labor come full circle, and rewards come through in a beautiful bounty of fresh-picked treasures. Check out our detailed guide on how and when to pick tomatoes so that you can enjoy and share your yield. More
Summer can bring on some extreme heat — upper 90s to well over 100° in some areas. Add to that humidity and strong sun in the southern and southwestern regions of the county, and you’ve got a recipe for heat stress in the garden (not to mention in the gardener!). Here’s what you need to know about how to protect your plants when the heat is on. More
- July and August are not the easiest months to garden — while it’s hot and uncomfortable for you, it’s even worse for your plants! In theory, some zones can plant all year round, but that's not always the case. We've developed some strategies for planting in midsummer that will help the plants survive and thrive.
We believe in organic gardening.
What is Organic?
Organic gardening focuses not just on growing the biggest plants, but on nurturing the health of your garden’s entire ecosystem — particularly the soil. In fact, the success of your organic garden starts with the soil. Ideally, you want your soil to support a rich life of beneficial micro-organisms that promote plant growth.
Certified & Verified
Our products meet stringent National Organic Program (NOP) standards. Compliance with national standards is verified by two reputable outside agencies, one is the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) and the other is the California Department of Food and Agriculture’s Organic Input Material (OIM) program.