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Picturesque Perennial Grasses

by Jessica B.
If you are looking to add a few decorative plants to your garden that don’t require much work or upkeep, perennial grasses can be a nice touch. They tend to add a dash of color and texture to most gardens, and while they aren’t always known for beautiful blossoms, they can offset your other plants quite well. Be cautious

Get Your Garlic In The Ground

by Jessica B.
If you have ever considered growing your own garlic, now is the time to do it. If you haven’t experienced your first frost, try to get your garlic in beforehand, but if things are getting cold you may still stand a chance. Garlic is one of the few edible vegetables (yes, garlic IS a vegetable) that you can consider planting

Winter Care for Your Garden in the Rockies

by Jessica B.
Temperatures are dropping and if frost hasn’t reached you yet, chances are it will be there shortly. There are a few things you may still have left to do with your garden before the first frost, but otherwise this is the time to sip some tea indoors and be happy you don’t have to be out in the stormy

Garden Gotta Have – Storage Shed

by Jessica B.
If you live in a colder climate, your garden will really benefit from having an indoor space where you can place your plants for the winter. An ideal space could be a garage or a simple unheated shed. As long as temperatures do not drop too much, you should be fine with an unheated space. Ideally there should be