Haven Brand manure teas keep my butterfly gardening blooming all year with lots of flowering nectar plants to feed the butterflies that visit my garden and enough healthy vegetation to feed all my “very hungry caterpillars“. To read more about which plants caterpillars like to eat, visit our Butterfly Host Plants page.
The Seed Keeper is a new way to store organize and protect your valuable garden seeds. It's a also a great place to keep plant tags, gardening articles and seed packs. We look at the empty seed packs throughout the season for guidance and at the end of the season we evaluate the variety and know which kind to order again.
Get in the Garden is a blog devoted to organic gardening with a focus on growing heirloom, antique and native flowers, herbs and vegetables. Lessons in seed starting and saving, indoor growing, vegetable and flower varieties.
California rancher Annie Haven learned how to make manure tea from her grandmother. And this ain’t no regular bag of “you know what.”
Annie’s cattle are grass fed, hormone, antibiotic and pesticide-free and what goes in to her free-range Angus and Longhorns comes out the same way – as pure organic fertilizer for roses, tomatoes, vegetables and house plants. Don’t worry, Anne says, her sun-dried *&^% don’t stink.
I'm super proud to announce that this is the first of my completely grown GREEN tomatoes! These seeds were sent to me from Natures Crossroads out of Indiana in early spring. The seeds were started in my greenhouse which was maintained completely green and then transplanted to my Veggie Garden which was fertilized by Haven Brand Brewing Teas. The color on these Pineapple Tomatoes is just gorgeous and look how big!
The Biltmore Garden Rose Collection is starting to make waves in the gardening industry and amongst gardeners. It's comprised of roses gathered from around the world that are disease resistant, easy to grow and yes - even fragrant!
It's almost time to pick a pumpkin! Welcome to the first day of Fall. Sharing a little inspiration from Roger's Garden today. I love the Fall displays and folliage at this garden center located in Corona Del Mar, California.
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