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I’m SO excited to introduce our very first guest blogger today, Rawnie Espersen from Cochrane, Alberta. Rawnie is a Horticulturist who has a passion for gardening, is a mother of three and a female entrepreneur. Her company is called Cochrane Property Maintenance which provides lawn and garden care to Cochrane and the surrounding area. She
Wow! Time has flown over the last month and it’s been a little while since we’ve published a post. So here it is, our long overdue post for you to see some of the new plants we’ve grown this year. Lofos, Wine Red Vine This beautiful plant can be trained to climb or to trail
Here’s a hyper speed begonia hanging basket planting demo (for fun) with a shameless plug for our t-shirt line. Watch for more videos throughout the spring right here on our blog. Plant in style here.
YAY!!!! Our very first video blog post!! I’m so excited!!! Watch this video to learn how to care for your new orchid.
Every spring I have a little anxiety. It starts when we begin seeding. What if these little seeds don’t germinate. What if I screw up (and by the way, it’s a guarantee that I’ll screw up, I do every year and every year things seem to work out). What if, what if, what if… and then…..all
March 1st. It’s a clear day with frost on the trees, but it’s been a warm winter. We had one of those February’s where you can almost wear a t-shirt outside without a jacket. The last February I remember like that was in 2002 when one afternoon I headed out for a walk with no jacket because it was 14°C.
On quieter days in the greenhouse, we enjoy playing around with new concepts and designs. Check out what we created today with a large glass vase, birch branches, driftwood, and a few succulents.
The crazy terminology of a greenhouse business. What do all these words mean? What is a banker plant and what is IPM? IPM stands for Integrated Pest Management. Basically it’s a step by step plan on how a farm, nursery, or greenhouse will control pests on a crop (whether in a greenhouse or a field setting). We have four