Daniel Guthrie grew up near Winston-Salem, close to the Highway 421 corridor, a major thoroughfare at the time for trucks hauling Christmas tr…
That doesn’t mean seeds only, Savio said, but some plants such as beans, corn, squash, leafy greens, radishes and cucumbers grow easily from seed. Instead of buying lettuce seedlings, for instance, buy just a few to get a head start on your harvest and sow the rest for a staggered crop.
Before you plant, find out what grows well in your area. Go on an organized garden tour or two or visit nurseries and take notes about what plants you love and the conditions in which they’re grown. Protect your heart and your wallet by seeking plants in harmony with your growing conditions.
Break your garden plan into several easy-to-accomplish steps. You’ll be less likely to spend impulsively on cool-but-unnecessary equipment or kill the plants you bought because you didn’t have time to plant them. Be realistic about your space and goals; do you really have time this weekend to prep your garden bed and plant 60 seedlings (that’s 10 six-packs of flowers and vegetables)? Do you have room for 60 seedlings? Spreading out the work will make things easier on your wallet too.
HICKORY, N.C. –“Growing a Green Future” is a SALT Block event celebrating Earth Day and Arbor Day with family friendly activities.
Summer is winding down, and kids are going back to school, signifying the beginning of fall lawn-care season in the Piedmont.
The city of Marion celebrated Arbor Day last week with a series of special tree-planting events.