with the husk on has a tremendous germination rate and also works
well for juicing, beer making, for food storage, animal feed and more.
February 3, 2015
2014 was an interesting year for growing. We had so many
new organic gardens growing across the country and we are happy to have
been a part of the experience.
It's true when we say, "If you have additional questions please feel free to ask."
We are truly happy to help!
Helpful Links & Feeding your Plants
Over the years we have written and
shared many helpful articles about organic growing, companion planting,
pest control, plant food and more.
Below are a few popular links to get you started or just a reminder for your 2015 garden
sensational mix of white, rose, pink, and crimson flowers. The evenly
placed petals of this flower lead to the name Cosmos, the Greek word
for 'harmony' and 'ordered universe.' Easy to grow and makes an
excellent cut flower.
Thin to 1 - 2' apart when plants reach 2 tall.
some striking color in areas frequented by deer. Contains: Arroyo
Lupine, Perennial Lupine, Yellow Lupine, Mexican Lupine, Zinnia,
Blanketflower, Lance-leaved Coreopsis, Blue Pimpernel, California Poppy,
Scarlet Sage, Gloriosa Daisy, Blue Sage, Shirley Poppy, Sweet Alyssum,
White Yarrow, Plains Coreopsis, Foxglove