Pump-cculent Invasion

Pump-cculent Invasion

The design staff at The Growing Place gets compliments each year on their pump-succulents. Here’s our recipe for your own DIY success. Making pump-cculents is a creative activity to do with friends and family. All ages can hunt for natural accents outdoors, pick...
Fresh Lettuce All Winter

Fresh Lettuce All Winter

Our Winter Subscription of Leafy Greens is the result of a successfully trialed CSA program we did last year. Now we are growing tasty red & green Buttercrunch lettuce, the most sought after lettuce and favorite from our trials. You can have fresh, locally grown...
Tips for Bulb Beginners

Tips for Bulb Beginners

Bulbs are a simple solution for early and mid-spring color. “Nothing signals the end of winter more than bulbs popping out of the ground in spring”, says Cristin. Joannie and Cristin, our Bulb Experts at each location, offer advice for planting success. Be sure to...
3 Steps to Stunning Pots

3 Steps to Stunning Pots

Are you ready for cooler evenings and a new splash of color? Plants in containers have been feeling the summer heat and humidity. Planters from May and June will have overgrown and leggy plants now. Here are some tips for freshening up those front porches and back...
Dividing Perennials

Dividing Perennials

Sooner or later, most perennials need to be divided. Perennial plants typically increase in size by producing shoots and roots on the perimeter of the plant. After 3 or 4 years, the clump may die out in the center, overrun its space, or produce fewer flowers. When...