Many gardeners love browsing around nurseries or greenhouses. Others think shopping for garden supplies is a necessary, unavoidable task. Either way, arming yourself with a few shopping tips will simplify the process and help you navigate through rows and rows of plants, tools and garden supplies. Read the articles below for shopping ideas that make life easier while saving a few bucks in the process.
What better a gift for the garden lover than a gardening themed gift basket. Possibilities for creating this themed basket are endless and limited only by budget and imagination. To get some ideas on what to put in a gardening gift basket, click here.
Flowers for men? Why not? Everybody loves receiving flowers, and men are no exception. If you’re wondering about choosing flowers that guys like, the following suggestions may help. Click on this article for more information.
“Certified disease-free plants.” We’ve heard the expression many times, but exactly what are certified disease-free plants, and what does it mean for the home gardener or backyard orchardist? Find out in the following article. Click here for more information.
Bigger isn’t always better, especially when it comes to shopping for plants. And I should know. I’m sort of considered by many to be a bit of a plantaholic. Click on the following article to find out more about local vs. big garden center shopping.
With winter right around the corner, there’s not much left to do in the garden. It’s a little sad, but the good thing about this time of year is Black Friday for gardeners. Enjoy the end-of-season sales and stock up for next year while saving money. Learn more here.
Whether you garden as a hobby or you're growing produce to feed your hungry family, learning how to garden on a budget can keep more hard earned green in your pocket. But gardening on a dime doesn't mean going without needed supplies. Learn more here.
Trees symbolize strength and hope, both being appropriate sentiments to honor a new marriage. So if you are about to walk down the aisle, why not think about giving trees as favors to your wedding guests? For more information, click this article.
Giving trees for wedding presents is a unique idea, but it also makes sense. Will the couple really think of their special day when they use that food processor? A tree, on the other hand, will grow in their yard for years to come. Learn more in this article.
Wedding gifts can be so typical, and expected. Why not surprise the bride and groom with a green wedding gift? Give them something that will last and beautify their new home, and that will always make them smile and think of you: a plant. Learn more here.
After hours of eye strain, you finally order a bunch of plants for your garden. For weeks, you wait in excited anticipation, but when your plants finally arrive, they are much less than you expected. Click this article to learn more.
Picking a plant nursery that is reputable and has healthy zone appropriate plants can be the key to a successful gardening project. Online plant nurseries can be part of the process. This article provides tips for choosing a reputable nursery.
Plants are expensive and the last thing you want is for your beautiful new plant to keel over and die shortly after you bring it home, but knowing how to tell if a plant is healthy may help. Find more information and tips in this article.
Plant sharing is a big hobby. Shipping plants by mail requires careful packaging and preparation of the plant. Knowing how to ship plants and the best way to box them up will enrich both you and the receiver. This article will help.