If you want to grow your garden as planned while conserving water, there are a few things you can do to help your garden thrive
Healthy soil is the key to any successful garden. It is the foundation on which a healthy garden is built. The basic principle that gardeners should live by is that if you feed the soil, the soil will feed your plants.Read More
Composting is the breaking down of plant material that is no longer living, with the help of micro-organisms through a decomposition process
Understanding a few basic composting principles will help you get the best results.
Lasagna gardening is a no-dig, no-till organic gardening method that results in rich, fluffy soil with very little work from the gardener. It means that you will not have to lift any sod to create a new garden.Read More
rain water is a resource, not a waste product. So why would we be in a hurry to send it to the lake, when our own gardens can benefit from the use of it?Read More
By planting a pollinator friendly garden, including the plants below, available at Mori Gardens, we can help honey bees thrive.Read More
The Garden Tower 2 is the ultimate patio farm. This revolutionary growing system was engineered to optimize soil-to-compost ratios to allow plant roots direct access to organic fertilizer via the patented vermicompost column.Read More
When pruning any plant, it is always good to know what your goal is and that will help you determine how to best prune your shrub. Here are the 5 main goals of pruning and the questions that you should be asking yourself before you begin:Read More
Looking to plant a tree, shrub, rose or perennial. Let’s make sure it will be an addition that will last for years to come!
Please use the following planting, watering, fertilizing and mulching instruction to assist you in making a great start at growing something beautiful!Read More
when the kids are off school for the holiday weekend. I’ll enlist them so that this healing herb garden will be ours to nurture together. It’s the perfect time for planting herbs and veggies. If we get started now, they’ll thrive through the summer and be ready to harvest all the way into the early fall. Maybe I’ll even get some tomato plants. All my kids love tomatoes.Read More