Planning on adding a few new trees to your garden this year? Trees provide beauty, a habitat for wildlife and can reduce your energy bills by providing cover to your home, but like a child, they need to be cared for in their early years in order for them to grow into tall, strong adult trees.
Seed catalogues are starting to roll out, marking the coming of spring for gardeners! Many seeds can be started indoors as early as January, for early spring gardens, so planning now is a must. If you haven’t started planning your garden, yet here are some great basic tips to get you started!
The Organic Movement to bring sustainable and healthful practices to farming practices and food products has been around for more than a century and seems it is here to stay, gaining in popularity by the minute. Today, the organic industry is one of the fastest growing sectors of the food and agriculture industry and consumers have shown that they are willing to pay a good price for good food.
What’s your New Year’s Resolution for 2012? Maybe you’d like to shed a few pounds, get more organized or quite that nasty smoking habit but what about your garden? What will you resolve to do in 2012 to make your garden flourish this year?
One of the biggest trends of the year, is growing gardens with a purpose. Gone are the days of having a garden just for its beauty. Lawns are being made into meadows with native plants, vegetables and fruits are grown to sustain families and pollinator gardens are grown with natural materials to help sustain the earth.
Our Fall show schedule kicks off today with the Excel / Central Garden Distribution National Dealer Buying Show 2011. Jeff Newberry, our VP of Sales is in Las Vegas at the Rio today (August 30) through Thursday, September 1.
From the Maui News (local paper)
Grower's Secret has arrived at the National Hardware Show in Las Vegas. We are here to share with you our all organic fetilizer. You will not want to miss seeing us so stop by and say hello to the Team!!! We are at Booth 8261 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
For Earth Day it just seemed like the right thing to do.
Grower's Secret was looking for a world-class public relations firm with a passion for environmentally sustainable business practices and a genuine interest in the opportunity to educate consumers about organic gardening, sustainable agriculture and a host of other issues important to cleaning up our food chain and our environment. The fact that the firm - Black Twig - has a name that conjures nature, well, that was just a bonus for us.