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Tips for Every Season

From Our Experts

Buying a New Plant

Composting Do’s and Don’ts

October 9, 2023

DO add a variety of organic materials to your compost, such as kitchen scraps, leaves, grass clippings, and straw. DON'T add meat, dairy, or pet waste, as these can attract pests and cause unpleasant odors. DO turn your compost regularly to promote even decomposition and airflow. DON'T let your compost become too dry or too wet, as this can slow down the composting process and prevent proper breakdown. Follow these simple guidelines to create healthy, nutrient-rich soil for your plants.

Why Use Local Plant Species

October 2, 2023

As a plant nursery dedicated to sustainable agriculture, we have seen the benefits of planting local species time and time again. By planting species that have adapted to your area's unique soil and climate conditions, you can ensure that your plants thrive without the need for excessive watering, fertilization, or pesticides.

Gardner in a Nursery
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