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September 17, 2016

Vegamatrix: Boost

VEGAMATRIX BOOST Vegamatrix Boost is the perfect Cal-Mag “Boost” for your plants. Boost super charges the NPK uptake that your plants need to reach their full potential. VEGANIC PROPRIETARY BLEND Our Veganic proprietary blend of Calcium, magnesium, polysaccharides and Non-GMO plant based ingredients including Kelp, soybean, papian, willow and yucca extracts have been meticulously studied and refined. [...]

Vegamatrix: Bloom

VEGAMATRIX BLOOM Thicker, Denser Flowers with increased Resin and Oil for Maximum Potency and Yield Vegamatrix Bloom is a vital nutrient for your plants health and full flowering potential. This 100% veganic  nutrient  was formulated  to guarantee that your plants get the maximum amount of NPK that they can absorb when they need it. There is [...]

Vegamatrix: Grow

VEGAMATRIX GROW Engineered Veganically for Explosive Growth Vegamatris Grow is formulated using the Earth’s most powerful All-Natural chelating agents. These chelating agents guarantee that your plant is getting the maximum amount of Nitrogen, Phosporous and Potassium necessary to increase your plants biomass. Bigger biomass means massive harvests. Grow is formulated to be a source of primary [...]

Autumn Bulbs: Growing Daffodils

Sunny, yellow daffodils (Narcissus) are a wonderful sign that spring has arrived! Plant the bulbs in the fall and they will bloom in late winter or early spring. Daffodils are hardy and easy perennials to grow in most areas in North America, except Southern Florida. Their attractive flowers usually bear showy yellow or white flowers with six petals [...]

Tulip Varieties

Tulip Divisions: There are 15 categories of tulips, differentiated by flower shape and bloom time.   Single Early - Cup-shaped with one flower per short stem. First tulip to bloom, starting late March. Double Early - More than the usual number of petals, with a fluffy appearance. Tall (12-15") stems. Starts blooming in early April. Can [...]

Growing: Tulips

Long live the tulip! We can buy tulip bulbs in virtually all colors, including a purple so deep that it looks black. And by planting a selection of varieties of this perennial, we can enjoy their beauty from early spring through early summer. Tulips do best in areas with dry summers and cold winters. The brightly colored, upright [...]

Harvesting and Sorting Potatoes

Harvesting and storing Harvesting Lift early potatoes carefully with a fork as soon as they are ready and tubers are about the size of a hen’s egg or more. Flowering often occurs at this time, but the tubers may be ready before. Provided the crop is healthy, leave main crop plants until early to mid-autumn to [...]

8 Perennials That Don’t Need to Be Divided

We all like to have more plants and color in the landscape. Not all plants live forever, in the case of perennials some only live in the landscape 3 to 4 years, others can live for decades. Some multiply and spread slowly or by seeding. Others should be divided very rarely, like every decade. Some truly [...]

August 29, 2016

Sorting Seeds

Storing seeds Some seeds (e.g. hellebore) is best sown immediately as its viability reduces with storage. However, for many species, sowing is best delayed until a more suitable time of the year such as autumn or spring so the harvested seed will need to be safely stored until sowing. Storing is also required if surplus seed [...]

How to Collect Seeds

Collecting seeds Collect ripe seed on a dry day, as soon as the seedheads (e.g. capsules or pods) ripen. This is often indicated by a colour change from green to brown, black or red but before they open and shed their contents Pick the seedheads, either singly or on stalks, and lay them out to dry [...]