Gardening in March

 

4 Ways Organic Fertilizers Help Plants Use Less Water

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With changing water cycles in California, gardeners are looking for water-wise options when it comes to fertilizers. And, when it’s hot, it’s important to use products that won’t burn. Organics fertilizers are gaining momentum because they help maintain beautiful gardens without using a lot of…

Grow Your Own Berries and Make Berry Pies this Summer

Posted by Green Acres Nursery & Supply in Berries, Blackberries, Blog, Blueberries, Edibles, Gardening in April, Gardening in August, Gardening in July, Gardening in June, Gardening in March, Gardening in May, Raspberries, Recipes, Strawberries

The world of berries is beautiful. Go beyond what’s sold in grocery stores to broaden your berry horizons. First, we’ll introduce you to some of our favorite berries and then give you a roundup of fresh recipes.   General Berry Info Light: Full sun–six+ hours of…

How to Create a Pollinator Paradise

Posted by Green Acres Nursery & Supply in Beneficial Insects, Blog, California Native Plants, Flowers, Gardening in April, Gardening in February, Gardening in July, Gardening in March, Gardening in May, Gardening in September, IPM, Native Plants, Pollinators

Why not invite those insects or animals that move pollen—from one flower to the next—to your garden? Bats, bees, butterflies, small mammals, moths, birds, flies, and beetles all pollinate. Flowers are designed to attract pollinators with their bright colors and enticing fragrance. The result is more…