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July Garden Updates

Updated: Dec 2, 2022

This is our first July garden update


We are excited to show everyone what we have growing. We have been keeping up on orders between our website and Etsy shop so we are making an effort to get caught up on our garden updates for July. While we have had some great successes, we have run into some mitigation issues we are handling.


Our flowers are blooming, and the tomatoes and summer squash looks amazing. 2 of our larger raised beds have an overgrowth of morning glories that may impact the growth of some of our more rare pumpkins (Yokohama and kikuza). These seeds are hard to come by so we need these guys to grow so we can have them available for the 2023 growing season for everyone. In addition, we will have part two and update everyone on the pumpkin patch. We had 1 very large sunflower pop up as a volunteer last year and while we loved its company, it reseeded we have a huge infestation in our patch and the pumpkins are getting blocked out so once we tidy up the patch we will have an update soon.


In the meantime, I put together a short video to show everyone our "tomato village" where we are growing 28 tomato varieties, our summer squash container garden, with the exception of some dwarf winter squash varieties (butterscotch butternut squash and butter bush mini butternut squash). These are both container varieties of butternut squash that will thrive even in a 5-gallon container, they're available if you would like to learn more.


We have showcased some of the flowers that are just now blooming. The next update will have or herb. garden, pumpkin patch update, chili update, gourd tunnel, squash tunnel, and a daytime video of the main garden.





Something new content for our customers!

We added a resources / free stuff tab at the top of our homepage. Some of the fun additions include tea recipes you can make from everyday herbs and flowers from your garden, how to build a scarecrow, videos by my friend Brian from Next Level Gardening on how to maximize tomato yields as well as how to build a bamboo trellis, a 4 step downloadable pdf on how to build a scarecrow, a printable template to create your own seeds packet, how to troubleshoot termination hurdles for different seed varieties, botanical coloring pages for kids, and much more.


We are adding to it every week and there is a lot coming down the pipeline. It's all free for you guys to enjoy. If you have any ideas or would like to see something, leave a comment so we could put it on the list.



Thank you for taking the time to check out our blog.

We appreciate you visiting the site, and checking out our blog. When we say we are growing all of these with you guys, we truly mean it. If you have any germination issues, we are here to help.

Leave a comment if you have any questions, or ideas for the resources page. We also do have Facebook and Instagram where we advertise giveaways, sales, gardening tips, and tricks, etc.



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