Coined one of the Plants of Steel (along with ZZ Plant), Aglaonema, or Chinese Evergreen, is certainly an easy to grow houseplant. Native to the jungles of Southeast Asia, they made their way onto the houseplant market many years ago and have become known as one of the toughest, most reliable, and easiest to grow… Read more »
Are you a collector of fun, unique houseplants? If so, keep reading to learn more about our newest houseplant arrival! ZZ Plant We are thrilled to introduce you to Raven ZZ Plant. Well, let’s back up a bit and introduce you to the more commonly available ZZ Plant, Zamioculcas zamiifolia. These plants were discovered a… Read more »
Yes, another article about perennials because June is Perennial Gardening Month! As temperatures have warmed, we are seeing more and more pollinators out and about. Keep reading for details on one of our favorite perennials for pollinators, hummingbird mint. Agastache (Common names include Hummingbird Mint and Hyssop) Ever heard of this perennial? It’s well loved… Read more »
Keep reading to learn how to grow vegetables in pots! Nothing beats the taste of homegrown produce in the summer, but many home gardeners may not have the space in the ground dedicated for a veggie patch. Since vegetables and herbs need at minimum a half day of sun to produce the best yields, it… Read more »
Our perennial grower, Jen Mistretta, shares details about some very exciting new perennials; available right here at Good Earth Spring of 2020!
We have always appreciated the beauty of working outdoors… maybe no more so than right now. We are thankful that our team and our customers have the benefit of breathing fresh air while working and shopping, that we have plenty of uncrowded space to roam, that sunshine and plants reduce stress and anxiety. Our… Read more »
Planting Simple Veggies In this video, Gregg and Jeff are exploring the ins and outs of planting simple veggies. What crops are in season? Early spring crops like broccoli, cauliflower, brussel sprouts, lettuce and even mint are ready to be planted. These plants are sturdy enough that they could withstand a cold snap, if one… Read more »