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 place for you and your plants, the
perfect source for how to grow just about any plant!
Harvest and Thanksgiving - Americans really enjoy November and
Thanksgiving. For just a moment we slow down. We turn to indoor activities.
Cooking and baking returns to our vocabulary. Many of the recipes we use
this month focuses upon apples, pumpkins, and other foods that came out of
our gardens. Most of all, we give thanks to God for the many blessings he
has bestowed upon us and our gardens.
All of us at The Gardener's Network, wish you a very happy, and blessed
Fall Bulbs - Are your fall bulbs planted!? Has your busy life style
kept you from planting them!? That's okay. If your flower garden soil is
not frozen, it's not too late to plant bulbs. Got leftover bulbs? Try your
hand at forcing bulbs indoors this winter.... it's easy!
Seeds All Year Long We've
always got seeds in stock. Our seeds are always the lowest price....anywhere!
Find garden seeds for succession planting, your "second season" or for stockng
Winterizing Shrubs and Trees - Even hardy trees and shrubs can suffer
winter damage. From heavy snow and ice damage, to sun scald, there
are many winter dangers. Learn the most common problems, and how to prevent
damage to your plants.
Apples Aplenty - The harvest has arrived. And, its "Apple-icious".
Find, facts, fun and trivia. Recipes, too.
Gardening Tips for November Our newest category offers you gardening
tips each month. Grab a garden tip or two for August. See
Composting .... Go Green! .... Composting is a year round activity.
Collect kitchen scraps all winter long, and put them in your composter. The
composting process may slow down to a crawl during the winter. But, your
composter will neatly hold waste materials, just waiting for a few warm days
to start "cooking".
Organic gardening is healthy and growing. We grow herbs and vegetables
to produce healthier food for our families. 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 for you!
Today's Garden Quote:
"Old Gardeners never die. They just spade away then throw in the trowel"
H.V. Prochnow, Sr.
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On the Light Side:
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Holidays - celebrate our garden hobby!
Greeting Cards Send a free Ecard to a gardening
friend or family member for just about any event.
Compost tumblers, tquickly convert plant matter into rich, organic compost.
Join organic gardening and "Go Green".
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