Tips & Advice for Gardening in New England
How/What to Successfully Grow in New England - Vegetables, Flowers, Lawns, Trees and Shrubs
New to gardening in New England? Or perhaps you're a life-long New England resident looking to learn some easy gardening tips and advice for growing the best vegetable garden in the neighborhood? Whatever your reason, you've come to the right place!
We are not expert horticulturists. We are not professional landscapers. We are not even professional gardeners. We are just average folks who have learned a trick or two along the way and want to share our knowledge with other New England gardeners who want success but don't have 40 hours a week to devote to their vegetable and flower gardens. What will you do with all that free time? How about enjoying your yard? Sit back, grill up some food and take in the view!
Here's an easy way to make a big impact on the environment and save money too!
|Composting Bins - makes composting easy- load leaves, vegetable scraps, and lawn clippings into your composter, give nature a little time to work magic, then harvest nutrient-rich compost. Better than chemical fertilizers and enhances your soil too!|
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So how do we do it? Armed with a little luck, a little planning and a few gardening tips and advice we will show you what goes where and why, share the secrets of planting native plants to discourage deer and other animals and show you how your plants can survive and even thrive even during our famous water restriction periods in July and August!
Check out our gardening by the month section and get started planning the perfect New England garden today. Gardening tips and advice that really work!