The 17the The annual Michigan Garden Plant Tour is scheduled to run July 27 through August 7. The event is a free and coordinated open house that provides commercial growers, landscapers, public garden workers and other industry professionals the opportunity to learn about new and improved ornamental plant selections. existing.
Rows of pristine green tomato plants lined the tables inside the Hammarlund Nursery in Esko on Friday, with soldiers fighting for food security. A barrel of natural organic fertilizer, or “tea,” as owner Ken Hammarlund described it, gave off the not-so-subtle scent of a minnow bucket. The nursery has seen
Agriculture is an essential activity, although it seems that printing seed packets is not. At least, that’s what Petra Page-Mann found out when she went seed packing with her partner Matthew Goldfarb from the organic farm and seed company Fruition Seeds. The solution? “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade,”
Under a new Executive Decree Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced on Friday overturned a controversial ban that stop many stores sell seeds, plants and other gardening supplies. As part of a new effort to “re-engage economically” amid the coronavirus, Friday’s order will allow nursery workers, landscapers and other workers who
Michigan garden centers and nurseries can reopen and lawn care, pest control and landscaping operations can resume, with safety precautions in place, under Governor Gretchen’s latest stay-at-home order Whitmer. In order to continue their efforts to curb the coronavirus epidemic, companies in the sector are required under the ordinance to
If you can’t stop decorating your island landscape by Animal crossing: new horizons (CA: NH), I have good news: Nintendo has just announced a new update to feed your terraforming addiction. Starting April 23, the company will begin bringing new features to the game, such as a museum expansion, garden
WINCHESTER – The coronavirus may be sowing the seeds for many residents of the northern Shenandoah Valley to embark on a new hobby. Business is booming in the local garden centers. Managers say they think people are tired of staying indoors during the pandemic and are turning to gardening –
WATERLOO – Gardeners already get their hands dirty preparing their lawns, flower beds and borders, pulling pipes and preparing containers that beg to be planted. What they will be missing, at least for the foreseeable future, is the ability to leisurely search for bedding plants, perennials, and other plants and