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Latest Blog Posts for Garden Harvest Supply

  • Frost and Freeze Protection for Your Plants, Shrubs and Gardens
    on Oct 6, 2010 in Information
    As any gardener knows all too well, frost can be a deadly adversary and often arrives most unexpectedly. Even a small cold front arriving in late summer or early fall, combined with cloudless skies and little wind can wreak havoc quickly. Recently, f...
  • How to Can Corn—Raw or Hot Pack
    on Oct 4, 2010 in Information
    When it comes to preserving corn on the cob, the best way is to freeze it, which is a really simple process and results in much better “summer” flavor. But, if you don’t have an extra freezer or room in the freezer(s) that you do have, you may...
  • Mulberry Tree Trimming
    on Sep 20, 2010 in Ask A Master Gardener
    We have 4 mulberry trees we planted several years ago. Each fall, after the trees go dormant, we trim the trees as per the recommendations. Each spring the trees literally grow 3-4 limbs in each place where we trimmed the previous fall. The end resul...
  • How to Can Peppers, of Any Persuasion
    on Sep 14, 2010 in Information
    Besides the peppers, your most important piece of equipment will be a pressure canner. A pressure canner has the high temperatures required to kill the botulism bacteria that can be present in processed peppers. Peppers do not have the acidity to mak...
  • What is the Best Mosquito Repellent?
    on Sep 2, 2010 in Information
    The answer is: A natural one. The most commonly recognized and the most widely utilized commercial preparations all contain DEET, sometimes up to 100% concentration. While it is generally effective, its prolonged use can result in possible damage to...
  • Keeping Hardy Hibiscus Over the Winter
    on Aug 29, 2010 in Ask A Master Gardener
    We just planted three Hardy Hibiscus that we purchaed from Garden Harvest Supply. The plants are thriving! We need a little help to know your recommendation for winterizing. Mulch…Burlap…Fertilizing? Thanks for helping with this.  Mar...
  • Radish Harvest
    on Aug 25, 2010 in Harvesting Tips
    Radishes grow so effortlessly even a young child can be a successful radish gardener.  This root crop is quick to yield crunchy, nutrient-rich produce, often within a month.  So, plant early in the spring and re-seed your radishes throughout the su...
  • Tomato Fertilizing
    on Aug 22, 2010 in Ask A Master Gardener
    I have some liquid iron and other plant nutrients made by Hi Yield. We have over the top besides the iron. What I want to know is can I put them on the tomato plants? Please reply as soon as possible.  Thanks, Don and Ann N. Answer: Fertilizing tom...
  • How to Can Peaches (Pears, Plums, Cherries or Nectarines)
    on Aug 18, 2010 in Information
    The most important part is choosing the right fruit. For peaches and nectarines your choice should be a “freestone” or “cling-free” variety, which means the fruit will separate easily from the pit. Not only does this mean more fruit to can, b...
  • Container-Grown Geraniums
    on Aug 17, 2010 in Growing Tips
    Of all the flowers known for being at home in containers, one of the most popular is the geranium.  Since these plants are profuse bloomers and they have a neat, compact growing habit, they are perfect as potted beauties, in addition to being a lush...
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