Large Raptors to Descend on Watters Garden Center

02/28/2017 Ken Davis

Contact: Ken Davis Watters Garden Center kendavis@wattersgardencenter.com cell 603-456-3581 NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Large Raptors to Descend on Watters Garden Center (February 17, 2017) Prescott, Arizona –   With razor sharp hooked beaks, powerful grasping talons, and wingspans that can…

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Interrupt Winter! Court the Romance of Spring!

02/18/2017 Ken Davis

By Ken Lain, the mountain gardener             We don’t know about you, but we’re more than a little ready to put this winter behind us and get outside to our garden! About this time of…

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Best Persimmon Trees for Mountain Landscapes

02/16/2017 Ken Davis

by Ken Lain, the mountain gardener Persimmons are divided into two groups: astringent, or sour fruit until they ripe, and non-astringent fruit which is far sweeter. Plant persimmons in a sunny location.  They will tolerate some shade, but for nice…

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15 Vegetables Best Started from Seed

02/11/2017 Ken Davis

By Ken Lain, the mountain gardener Because our springtime mountain soil can be so cold, there can be delays to our spring planting dates.  Many plants are best started by planting baby plants directly into your garden soil.  This especially…

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Square Foot Gardening Made Easy

02/09/2017 Ken Davis

By Ken Lain, the mountain gardener We’ve covered how to build raised with Stone Walls,  also creating the best-raised beds, sizes, and soils.   Once your beds are built, you can plant however, you’d like. You can go upward with a…

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Growing Tomato Plants from Seed

02/03/2017 Ken Davis

by Ken Lain, the mountain gardener I long have had garden success by putting started tomato plants in my garden rather than sowing seed directly into the soil.  This technic also guarantees I’ll be picking fresh juicy vegetables 2-6 weeks…

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What Does Pea and Bean Inoculant Do?

02/01/2017 Ken Davis

By Ken Lain, the mountain gardener Question: What Does Bean and Pea Inoculant Do and Is It Really Necessary? Many sources recommend using an inoculant when planting the seed of legumes beans and peas, especially when planting in cool, wet…

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