Planting Bare Root Strawberries

Notice: Planting bare root strawberries in milk crates, bags, or hot weather, need to be started in pots or cups first. Just call 919-696-0328 if you have a question. Congratulations on adopting your new bare root strawberries, and if you haven’t yet, you may just want to get some for yourself! Bare root strawberry plants…read more

Wasabi Planting Instructions

This plant is the perfect house plant. A plant that doesnt need direct sunlight. BUT, LOVE LED LIGHTING! Cultivation: In its natural habitat you will find Wasabi growing on the shaded wet banks of cold mountain streams. When grown in a home garden Wasabi does best in full shade with steady temperatures between 50-60°F, although…read more

Planting Instructions Bare Root Blue Berry Plants

These need to be started indoors for the first two weeks. No direct sun for first week. Spring is the best time to plant blueberries, planting in fall is ok but is recommended to plant in containers. Blueberries need ridiculously acidic soil. Although most sources give a range of 4 to 5.5, they really don't like…read more

Growing Strawberry Plants Hydroponically

Growing Strawberry Plants Hydroponically There are many forms of growing strawberry plants hydroponically. There are basically 6 variations that will include: Wick Water Culture Ebb and Flow Drip  NTF Aeroponic There are hundreds of variations to the above hydroponic systems out there. Please add your input to help others  on specific systems. The key to planting…read more

Planting Bare Root Asparagus Plants

Planting Bare Root Asparagus Plants When planting bare root asparagus plants, you must decide were to plant them because were you put them they will stay for 15 years. As you receive your bare root asparagus plants they will some times have mold on them and that is actually normal.  They are shipped in a…read more

Planting Bare Root Trees and Raspberry Plants

These must be started indoors for the first two weeks and no direct sun for the first week. Planting Bare root trees and Raspberry plants are so named because the plants are dug from the ground when they’re dormant ( and sometimes leafless), usually in fall, and their roots are shaken free of soil. Immediately upon…read more

Planting Dutch Fall Flowering Bulbs

Planting Dutch Fall Flowering Bulbs Fall bulbs are loved by both beginner and master gardeners, there are so few issues to consider. Gardeners can put all their effort into the fun part of gardening Planting dutch fall flowering bulbs allows a jumpstart to spring growth. The cool weather makes it a more enjoyable experience for working…read more