Tomatoes are the one vegetable crop nearly everyone loves to grow, and we all have our favorite types! We aim to please, so have selected just 42 lucious varieties this year, ranging from large Beefsteak types to cherry tomatoes like Sweet 100 and Sunsugar. In between, we grow the local favorites, Early Girl and Celebrity, as well as many heirloom varieties like Cherokee Purple, Green Zebra and Pineapple! To grow great tomatoes, provide them with plenty of sun (at least 6 hou
Are you wondering what you can plant in your garden now? According to Utah State University Extension, here in the Uinta Basin we can begin to plant many things as soon as the soil has dried out enough to be worked. The hardiest crops can be planted around April 1st, and include peas, onions, leeks, spinach, kohlrabi, radishes and turnips. All of the above can be planted from seed. If you're setting out transplants, it's safe to plant artichokes, asparagus, broccoli, cabbage
The crocus are starting to emerge, and I expect blooms any day now! It's been a long winter and most of the snow has finally melted, giving us moisture we've needed badly. Our pansies and violas and alyssum are blooming beautifully in the greenhouse and are hardy enough to set out. The greenhouse is waking up and it feels and smells wonderful. We hope you'll come out and visit and get a taste of the spring to come! #spring #gardening
Are your summer annuals looking tired? Need something to brighten a corner of your garden? Nothing says "Fall is in the air" better than late blooming perennials!
Perennials are those plants that come back year after year - increasing in size and beauty! Late summer and fall is my favorite time to plant perennials. Perhaps that's because spring is too frenzied and summer is too hot, but I love the still-warm days and cooler evenings for spending time in the garden. The
Imagine your home in the midst of winter. It can be a bit dreary, can't it? There's nothing better to plant to round out your yard for all seasons than evergreens. Think all blue spruce are the same? We've got some varieties that will fit every style and home landscape, and they are all rock-solid hardy for our region. Everyone knows the classic Colorado Blue Spruce (Picea pungens) - up to 60 feet tall and 20 feet wide, it is lovely when small, but unless you have a really bi