While preparing for this week’s blog I stumbled across an article that covered everything I wanted to say so the info below has been been replicated from a fabulous site Burpee.com When harvest time comes, it comes big-time. For the gardener, the challenge now may be to keep ahead of a tsunami of vegetables.It’s best to take a basket out to the garden every day to see what has ripened. Picking vegetables as soon as […]
Roses, the poetic muse of many can be a delightful long flowering staple in any sunny garden bed. There are countless varieties of roses and depending on your type of soil and purpose in adding them to your garden there will be one that is just right. It’s best to review with Ridgeview in advance of planting a rose bush to ensure the plants success. But let’s assume this has already occurred and you are
With the recent announcement from the Premier and the new Stay at Home Order – we have reinstated certain adjustments to our operations policies. As always our deep concern for the health and safety of our customers guides our practice. Effective immediately there will be only 1 person at any time allowed into the store. Others are requested to wait outside behind the pylon providing a 2 meter distance between yourself and the next customer.
Laying a patio looks more difficult than it really is, and could easily be a great long weekend project. It requires a strong back and some basic garden tools, but the result is a level and useful patio for years to come! Tools & Materials Chisel Mallet Level Shovel Stakes & String Safety Glasses/Gloves Tamper (can be rented from your local hardware store) Broom Crushed Screening Sand Patio Slabs/Stone Step 1 Mark the proposed area