Think Outside the Box! 20 Creative Container Garden Ideas


Even if stretched for space or or soil, there are almost infinite ways to bring plants into your outdoor spaces.  I love tall raised garden beds for keeping weeds and pets out of my vegetable and flower gardens, but there are so many more options than just building a square box!  We’ve put together a few of our favorite creative container garden ideas and ways you can draw inspiration from them in your ... read more

5th June 2014

6 Tips for an Easy Vegetable Garden

6 tips for a veggie garden

My true passion lies in flower gardening, but enough trips to the grocery store has taught me that produce prices never seem to go down, just the opposite. When I first became interested in starting a vegetable garden, conventional wisdom at the time suggested they were a lot of work with iffy results. Despite some worries that my first veggie garden might be a disaster, I “plowed” ahead anyway. So I ... read more

2nd June 2014

Amazing Rooftop Garden Timelapse Video

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Timelapse videos are pretty cool, especially when it comes to things growing. Playa Restaurant in LA started this rooftop hydroponics garden and condensed 2 months worth of growing into a 1:29 video. Scroll down and enjoy!  

31st May 2014

Pinterest Contest: Father’s Day Weber Giveaway


  What can you win? Great Garden Supply would love to make your job of shopping for your Father’s Day present easier. Submit your entry to our contest and be entered to win a great set of Weber Grilling Tools sure to please any Father on your gift giving list this year! Check out this board from some inspiration and start pinning!  

29th May 2014

GGS Seed Starting Challenge: Six Weeks Later

Time to Transplant!

I can’t believe it has been six weeks since we began our seed starting challenge and two weeks since we’ve done an update. Growth has been good almost throughout our cells but the obvious champions are our Squash and Bean plants which have super healthy stems and excellent leaf formation. Our squash plants are already showing signs of budding blossoms! The lettuces, Swiss chard, green onions and cilantro all are ... read more

23rd May 2014

Buy the Best Garden Hose: 4 Things to Look For

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When my husband and I bought our first house, there were many garden and lawn related purchases to make, like buying our first rake and lawn mower, first snow shovel and weed whacker.  While some of things we bought held up as expected over the years, one of the purchases I regret the most was my garden hose. Instead of buying the best garden hose, we quite possibly bought the ... read more

19th May 2014

Spring Grass Seeding for the Lazy Fall Gardener: 10 Steps for Repairing Patchy Lawns


Every Fall I seem to have the same problem; I’m enjoying an unseasonable warm October, getting my last swim in, enjoying mild nights on the patio, and just generally thinking no place can be better than Fall in New England.  Just as I’m about to lay down some grass seed to fill in some lawn that has been worn away by summer foot traffic, we get an early and unexpected ... read more

14th May 2014

Top 5 Online Casinos with a Minimum Deposit of €5 in Ireland

Nostalgia Casino This betting game is part of the casino, thus sharing many similarities with other casinos that pay, like Yukon Gold and Zodiac. Pros: 100+ live casino games available, downloadable desktop app, 24/7 live customer support. Cons: No app for mobile devices. When you create an account on this gambling site, with the first deposit of €5, you will receive €20 in bonus money. However, there are still a ... read more

13th May 2014

What is eating my trees? Organic Winter Moth Control and Prevention

Last Fall as the sun started to go down a bit earlier, I noticed lots of these white-ish/gray moths gathering around my porch light.  I didn’t think much of them as I figured the fast-approaching cold weather would kill them, and moved on to thinking about cleaning up fallen leaves and putting together holiday shopping lists.  What I didn’t know then was that those little moths, frequently called “Winter Moths”, ... read more

12th May 2014

What does NPK in my Fertilizer Mean Anyway?


It’s that time of year again! We are freshening up our garden beds or perhaps starting new ones. Asking questions at your local garden center about the steps you should take to ensure the health and development of your garden may lead to a conversation about fertilizer and its NPK ratio. Any expert will be able to tell you what this means, but knowing what NPK is ahead of time ... read more

7th May 2014
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