SPRING 2018: Time to Fertilize Your Lawn and Amend Your Soils

Free hands on gardening classes:
Sat 03/31 – Roses and Perennial Pruning
Sat 04/07 – Spring Soil Prep and Early Seeding

Free classes every Saturday in April at 10 a.m.

Roses 101

Do your roses look like this?

Let us help you make them look like this this summer.

Bring your pruners and gloves, or pick them up here. We can also talk about pruning your other perennials. We will also disinfect and clean your rose pruning shears.

Class starts at 10 a.m. Sat 3/31. FREE!

Pro-Rich Turf Food

A great way to remember to fertilize your lawn is using holidays! Feed you your lawn on Easter, Memorial Day, the 4th of July, and Labor Day. Easter is almost here and we have an excellent product in for your lawns!

Formula: 14-2-5 Plus Iron & Sulfur (also contains Zinc, Copper, Calcium and Manganese).
Pro-Rich Professional Formula Turf Food supplies the university recommended 1 pound of nitrogen per 1,000 square feet.
Pro-Rich Professional Formula Turf Food is made in Colorado and is designed for use in the Western United States.
* Pro-Rich Professional Formula Turf Food is unique in its offering with its organic base.
* Pro-Rich Professional Formula Turf Food is organic based with DPW (Dehydrated Poultry Waste).
Benefits of using Pro-Rich Professional Formula Turf Food:
Pro-Rich Professional Formula Turf Food contains chelated* iron which is most readily available to plants.
Improved soil structure
Increases root growth
Long lasting green
Aids in reducing thatch
Improves disease resistance
Helps reduce weeds in your lawn
Assists in balancing pH
Reduces watering requirements

*Chelated iron is the iron form which is most readily available to plants for absorption, resulting in the best performance.

Coop Poop

Organic gardening with what comes naturally.
It’s what Coop Poop™ is all about.

It’s time to start bringing your garden beds back to life. Add Coop Poop now so it has a chance to get worked into your soil for when you are ready to plant!

Coop Poop™ organic fertilizer (OMRI Listed) by Healthy Grow® is naturally packed with the essential nutrients your soil needs to grow hearty, healthy plants. This Aerobically Composted Chicken Manure (ACCM) is high in calcium for strong plant tissue development and disease resistance, while also improving photosynthesis, nutrient uptake and starch conversion. Plus, Coop Poop is virtually odor-free compared to the pungent scent normally associated with other manure-based composts. But don’t just take our word for it. Coop Poop is also backed by years of reliable university research and has consistently outperformed other organic alternatives available.

Pick up a bag of Coop Poop and give it a try. You – and your garden – will be glad you did.

Nutrition Source – Aerobically Composted Chicken Manure: An all-natural, slow-release, non-burning organic blend.

Benefits:
Easy to use and apply at any time
Will not burn
High performance improves soil health
Stimulates microbe activity
High in calcium

Ocean Forest® Potting Soil


Good Things From the Earth and Sea!

The ultimate potting soil-everything your plants need, in one bag. Ocean Forest® is a powerhouse blend of premium earthworm castings, bat guano, and sea-going fish and crab meal.

Aged forest products, sandy loam, and sphagnum peat moss give Ocean Forest® its light, aerated texture. Start with Ocean Forest® and watch your plants come alive!
Garden tip: Perfect for containers and ready to use right out of the bag. Ocean Forest® is pH adjusted at 6.3 to 6.8 to allow for optimum fertilizer uptake. There’s no need for nitrogen fertilizers at first; instead try an organic blend like FoxFarm Big Bloom® Liquid Plant Food to encourage strong branching and a sturdy, healthy growth habit.

Happy Frog® Potting Soil


Your potted plants deserve the best. Their roots can’t seek out nutrients in the ground, so you have to bring it to them. That’s why Happy Frog® Potting Soil is alive with beneficial microbes and fungi that help break down organic matter and feed the plant roots.

Between the earthworm castings, the bat guano, and the aged forest products, your container plants have never felt so good. And don’t worry-FoxFarm uses only the highest quality, premium ingredients-no cheap fillers, no topsoil, no sludge.
Garden tip: Happy Frog® Potting Soil is perfect for container gardens. Whether you’re growing a ficus in the dining room, a geranium on the patio, or a lemon tree on the deck, use our Potting Soil full strength in your containers. For a spectacular harvest, add our Happy Frog® Fruit & Flower Fertilizer. Then sit back and enjoy the results.

Embrace the Vitality of Happy Frog!

Black Gold Natural & Organic Potting Soil


Black Gold Natural & Organic Potting Soil is so versatile it works for everything from hanging baskets to raised vegetable beds. This is not just any soil, it’s a precise blend of everything your plants need to look their best and produce abundantly. Because it’s listed by the Organic Materials Review Institute, you can be sure your organic food crops grown in this enriched soil remain blessedly chemical free.
The scientists at Black Gold have worked hard to create the very best combination of organic matter and drainage enhancers. The base is not filled with woody matter like low cost soils which can be notoriously low in nutrients. Ours is strictly created with sphagnum peat moss, compost and finely ground forest products for water retention and overall nutrition. To prevent packing down and ensure perfect drainage, optimal proportions of coarse perlite and pumice are incorporated for a moist, yet aerated root zone.
What really boosts this potting soil is the addition of screened worm castings, which contain a wide range of biological benefits. These byproducts of earthworms contain the very stuff of plant life: microscopic organisms that turn potting soil from a collection of organic matter into a living breathing soil teeming with microbes. Castings are also rich in minerals and micronutrients, which are so often lacking in man-made soils. The combination of organic matter, microbes and nutrients are three most important elements of the organic garden, driving the decomposition process that feeds plants naturally. Many of the microbes can also benefit plant growth, disease resistance and the ability to survive a dry spell.


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