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During the hottest times of the year, it is sometimes difficult to keep your garden happy and healthy. Extra high temperatures can cause stress on your plants, which can lead to other problems, like pests and disease. To avoid these issues, your plants just need a little more TLC in the summer, and we are here to help make that happen. 

5. Keep an Eye Out for Pests and Disease

Every once in a while, when you are watering your plants, you may notice one of them is really struggling. But why is it struggling? You water it on the right schedule, it’s in the best light spot, it is pest free, and it has been doing so well for so long…what happened?! This is when your plant might be ready for a repot. Some plants, depending on the kind, can go a very long time without needing to be repotted. Plants like snake plants, cacti, and zz plants can go years without needing to be repotted.

Can you believe it’s already time to start thinking about fall? For veggie gardeners, now is the perfect time to start planning and sewing seeds for your fall veggie garden. Sowing your own veggie seeds seems simple enough, but we can help you be even more successful in the garden with these handy hints. 


5. Directly Sow Your Leafy Veggies - 

During the warmest months of the year, keeping your plants fed is an important part of helping them not only survive but thrive. We love to see our plants looking happy, so why not give them a little help? Here is the best information for keeping your plants growing beautifully all summer long.

Granular vs. Liquid

Some very sad news has crossed the world this past Thursday, July 21st, as our beloved Monarch butterflies are officially on the “Red List”. The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) added the Monarch butterfly to their endangered species list, as numbers have plummeted in the past few decades.