SANSI Grow Lights: Keeping Your Houseplants Happy Through Winter

Plants don’t need much to be happy, but they do need light. While a bright window or even ambient house lighting is enough for some plants, others need a little more help, especially if you’re gardening indoors in winter or starting seeds early in the spring. You’re going to need to supply extra light to keep them growing full and healthy. SANSI Grow Lights are ideal for this job. To…

Battery Powered Security Cameras: Keeping Gardens Safe from Wildlife and Vandals

Your backyard and garden can seem as much a part of your living space as your living room. So when vandals sneak in without being invited, it really feels like an intrusion. And deer and other wildlife can do significant damage too. If you’d like to keep an eye on who or what is entering your premises, why not consider a battery-powered security camera. This is a great way to…

Unique Outdoor Planters to Perk Up Your Garden

Having a garden filled with plants brings pleasure to many gardeners – and it’s not just the plants that do so. Creating gardens allows us the opportunity to include a piece of ourselves with the addition of beautiful items that express our personalities and the things we enjoy. One example is the use of planters, which is an excellent option for those with little to no gardening space. There are…

Top 100 Gifts For Gardeners: #1-20

GIFT IDEAS 1-20 | 21-40 | 41-60 | 61-80 | 81-100 TAP 5 TREES SUGARMAKING KIT ($19.99)Making your own maple syrup is much easier than you think — if you can use a drill, a hammer, and know how to boil water, you can make maple syrup. Don’t worry, we’ll show you how! Just add maple trees to this complete kit and you can make three gallons of syrup in…

Top 100 Gifts for Gardeners #21-40

GIFT IDEAS 1-20 | 21-40 | 41-60 | 61-80 | 81-100 SPRING AND SUMMER BEEWORKS KIT Ready to give mason bees a try? Grow more apples, pears, and plums with our gentle hole-nesting bees that are 100 times more effective than honey bees. Get started raising mason and leafcutter bees for year-round pollination at a fraction of the cost, time, and effort of raising honey bees. Our Spring and Summer…

Top 100 Gifts For Gardeners #41-60

GIFT IDEAS 1-20 | 21-40 | 41-60 | 61-80 | 81-100 CUT AND SAW PRUNING PAIR $60.80 Winter storms tend to damage limbs and branches, so when Spring comes your trees and plants need to be pruned to stay healthy. Our best-selling Cut and Saw Pruning Pair is a perfect set for large branches as well as small. The set includes out Folding Japanese Pruning Saw and our Cast Aluminum…

Top 100 Gifts For Gardeners #61-80

GIFT IDEAS 1-20 | 21-40 | 41-60 | 61-80 | 81-100 DELUXE COPPER WATERING CANS Reg. $125.50-$175.00 These beautifully made elegant copper watering cans are exceptional. They’ll make a perfect gift for any gardener or home owner. Available in two sizes Medium (holds 5 quarts) and Large (holds 15 quarts). KIDS BACKYARD BUGS KIT $27.95 Kids can observe bugs close-up with this exciting kit. It comes with everything they need…

Top 100 Gifts For Gardeners #81-100

GIFT IDEAS 1-20 | 21-40 | 41-60 | 61-80 | 81-100 ARBEQUINA OLIVE TREE Give the gift of olives with the Arbequina Olive tree from Perfect Plants! Producing olives in one year, this gorgeous tree can grow in a wide variety of climates and can even grow it indoors in colder climates. Perfect for growers in zones 7-11 and grows great as a container plant too. The Arbequina can grow…

Safeguarding Your Landscape from Unwanted Visitors

Recently, we moved to our dream house and property. At this point in our lives, we had the freedom to work for ourselves and decided to start a lavender farm. We sell not only cut lavender and plants during the spring through fall, but also lavender scented candles, soaps, etc. This means that there is a regular to irregular stream of people, from customers to delivery drivers, on our property.…

Transporting Plants Using True Liberty Bags

As gardeners we tend to order plants on occasion. While the way in which these plants are packaged and transported varies from place to place amongst different nurseries, housing them in newspaper or plastic bags to hold in moisture during their trip is a common method. So why not employ the same tactic when moving your own plants from one location to another, or perhaps when sending them to others…