Happy New Gardening Year !!!
Our Mission: To provide the finest quality home gardening tips, growing
information, trivia and garden resources, from seed starting to growing,
harvesting, storing and eating the flowers, fruits, herbs, and vegetables
of our gardening labor.
The Gardener's Network is the perfect gardening place for you and your plants, the
perfect source on how to grow just about any plant!
Exciting Times! New Year's ushers in not only the year 2020, but
an exciting new decade of gardening! With it's arrival, the annual seed search
also begins. It is indeed
an exciting time for gardeners. As the snow flies outside our windows, we
sit by the fireside and dream of beautiful flowers in full bloom, and a bountiful
garden filled with our favorite veggies. You may be surprised to learn that
many gardeners begin their annual seed search on Christmas day, shortly
after the presents are unwrapped. Online garden stores see a big uptick
on this day. As we progress through the month of January, more and more
gardeners seek out and buy their favorite seeds, along with something
new to experiment with, to test and expand our gardening skills. So,
what are you waiting for!? Start your search today!
Types of Seeds: The majority of us buy regular garden seeds.
But, there are also Heirloom seeds, Organics seeds, GMO or Non-GMO, and even
Survivor seeds. Should you care? Some of us do, some us don't. Confused!? Let us remove the confusion for you.
Gardening Tips for January Pick up some new gardening
tips each month. Grab a garden tip or two for January. See
January Garden Tips.
Greenhouse Dreamin' Every gardener dreams of a greenhouse in their
back yard. Winter is the perfect time to dream those dreams. Why settle with
just dreaming? There's a greenhouse for just about every budget.
Were your houseplants forgotten during the holidays? If they were
ignored, don't feel guilty. Many of us simply forgot to even water them!
Give them a boost with some fertilizer, and a drink of water. You can enjoy
house plants all winter long.
Organic gardening is healthy and growing. One reason to grow your
own herbs and vegetables, is to produce healthier food for you and your family.
Even if you're not an organic gardening purist, there are a lot of easy to
use organic gardening tips to make the food you eat even healthier!
Today's Garden Thought:
"Sow generously, and you will reap
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On the Light Side:
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Holidays - A reason to celebrate!