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Tools to help grow a Bee Friendly Lawn

A healthy lawn is a Bee Friendly Lawn. Interested in creating a lush space that supports native bees? Here are four tips, tricks and tools to master. The post Tools to help grow a Bee Friendly Lawn appeared first on In Harmony.

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Watson's Grown Annuals

Your favorite annuals, grown right here to our highest standards for 35 years and counting. Our homegrown plants are the bedrock of our business. Each year, for as long as anyone can remember, Watson’s has planted and nurtured popular annuals for our customers. And as we’ve grown, so has the space devoted to Watson’s Grown. […]

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Planning Your Landscape

By Nancy Penrose Have you had ideas about what you want your yard to look like but didn’t know how to make those ideas a reality? Most homeowners have no experience with landscape design but everyone deserves to have the vision for their yard to become a reality. Here’s how you can get a head […]

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May Is Annual Planting Month

Before I launch into my diatribe on the glories of annuals, I probably should make sure everyone understands the difference between annuals and perennials… Annuals are plants that grow, bloom, set seed, and die all in one season. Perennials, on the other hand, grow, bloom, set seed, go dormant, and then return the following season […]

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Figuring Out Fertilizer

Perusing the fertilizer shelves at Swansons (or any garden store) can feel overwhelming at first. So many choices! So many specialties! Do I really need fertilizer? Will my plant survive if I don’t find the perfect fertilizer match? And what do all those numbers mean??? Don’t worry, you’ll find answers here.

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The Dance of the Veggies P2: Crop Rotation

Many gardeners have heard that crop rotation is a good idea, but there’s a lot of confusion out there over how to make it happen. Especially when you’re working with a city-sized space or a container garden, a lot of advice you’ll find out there can sound impossible to follow. But, once you understand the… […]

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Flowering plants help make a Bee Friendly Lawn

Help save native bees by growing a bee friendly lawn. It’s as simple as understanding the benefits of natural growing weeds, like clovers and dandelions, to adding flowering plants to your lawn that attract bees and other pollinators. The post Flowering plants help make a Bee Friendly Lawn appeared first on In Harmony.

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Tree Transplantation Company Gears Up for Spring

Tree Transplant Company Helps Bring Over 200 Trees Onto Property in Seattle SNOHOMISH, WA: Big Trees Inc, (https://bigtreesupply.com), a tree nursery and tree transplant company in the Seattle area, recently assisted a homeowner in Seattle with a very large project. The project involved bringing over 200 trees onto the property of a homeowner in Seattle. […]

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