What to Plant in July

Wondering what you can put in the ground right now?  Reference this handy list for the month of July for what to plant by seed and by start!  Items in bold indicate a fall harvest. Seed Outdoors: Arugula Asian Greens Basil Beets Broccoli Cabbage Carrots Cauliflower Cilantro Collards Fennel Green Onions Kale Kohlrabi Lettuce Parsley…

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Acid Mix 4-3-6

Down To Earth’s Acid Mix 4-3-6 is a fertilizer specially formulated for plants that thrive in a low pH soil like blueberries, raspberries, rhododendrons, azaleas, hydrangeas, evergreen trees, and shrubs. To encourage lush flowers and fruit, apply Acid Mix in early spring for vegetative growth and again when blooms appear.  Fall applications promote root growth…

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What’s in a Candle?

Candles.  Nothing adds warmth and gentle ambiance to a space like a flickering flame over a candle.  Whether you want to be festive, relax, or set a mood, your well-placed choice of candle can accomplish just that.  There are a myriad of different fragrances available, ranging from subtle to powerful.  There are also a lot…

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Beneficial Bugs as Pest Control

Integrated Pest Management is the practice of using biological, cultural, mechanical, physical and ‘chemical’ interventions as a preventative or corrective control for plant health. Using larval and adult predatory and parasitic insects to target unwanted pests is recommended within IPM. Encouraging Predatory Insects- Bring All The Bugs To Your Yard If you have pests present…

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Le Parfait Canning Jars

There are many ways to preserve the harvest.  Freezing, dehydrating, pressure canning, and waterbath canning are all great ways to take surplus food and store it for later use.  We proudly carry Le Parfait canning jars, which are not only beautiful, but can be used for water bath and pressure canning.  Le Parfait jars have…

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All American Pressure Canner

We are in the midst of canning season.  Berries are ripening, and as the summer starts to heat up, gardens are busy growing future harvest bounty.  Soon there will be more vegetables and fruits than we know what to do with!  There are many opportunities to make delicious jams and jellies, pickles and preserves with…

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