What is Blossom End Rot?

What is Blossom End Rot?

Blossom end rot is a common problem in tomato gardens. It appears as a round, brown, sunken area on the end of the tomato fruit opposite the stem. As fruit ripens the area turns dry and leathery. This is often caused by a lack of calcium. The best thing to do if you...
Summer Pruning Made Simple

Summer Pruning Made Simple

By Ken Muellers, Pruning Expert, Senior landscape Designer, CNLP April and May showers are bringing many flowers, along with a lot of new growth on the plants in the garden. In some cases, maybe a little more growth than wanted. That is where summer pruning comes in....

5 Gardening Resolutions for 2019

In a few days it will be 2019. Can you believe it? A new year is a great opportunity to make some resolutions that will benefit your garden and family. Here are 5 gardening resolutions that will benefit you and your garden in 2019. Use more organic products in your...

Fall Gardening – Yes, You Can!

Fall can be a confusing time for the novice gardener. Their gardens are producing less, if any fruit and flowers are starting to look tired and leggy. The weather is cooler and it seems like the time to garden has ended . . . or has it? Fall is a great time to plant!...