“Pot up edible plants in Cedar Grove Potting Soil, and give to friends and family to encourage healthy, organic food planting."
June Garden Care
PLANT: Cucumber, eggplant and cantaloupe in Cedar Grove Vegetable Garden Mix.
TRIM: Rose bush dead heads and other perennials that have finished their first bloom.
MULCH: The whole garden with Cedar Grove Booster Blend to give plants a nutrient boost.
HARVEST: All herbs to encourage regrowth, early crop potatoes, lettuce and the first summer vegetables.
HOT TIP: Pot up edible plants in Cedar Grove Potting Soil, and give to friends and family to encourage healthy, organic food planting.
- June Garden Care
- May Garden Care
- April Garden Care
- Winter Gardening Tips
- Gardening in Fall
- Gardening in August
- Gardening in July
- Growing Up with Trellises
- Growing Potatoes
- Spring Gardening: Preserving Your Greens
- We recently received a package in the mail with biodegradable packing peanuts. The note in the box say it is 100% biodegradable in the presence of microorganisms. Can we put these in our yard waste for collection here in Seattle?
- "What kind of soil would you recommend for my new raised vegetable bed?"
- "How long does it take to make compost from start to finish?"
- I know Cedar Groves Booster Blend is a mixture of compost & manure, is it safe to use in my vegetable garden?