Some Flowers Rabbits Won’t Eat

04/29/2017 Ken Davis

by Ken Lain, the mountain gardener All baby bunnies are cute except when they have eaten to the ground that new Euonymous or those pretty pansies and tulips! Jackrabbits are born with a full coat of hair and opened eyes,…

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Personal Brand and Content Marketing with Ken Lain

04/25/2017 Ken Davis

In this episode, Ken Lain, aka “The Mountain Gardener” from Watters Garden Center, shares with us his fascinating approach to establishing his business brand with the influence of his own personal brand he passionately developed with various creative ideas and…

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Edible Perennials

04/22/2017 Ken Davis

By Ken Lain, the mountain gardener Recent rains have caused an explosion of perennial bloomers to show off in local gardens. There are a number of perennial plants that are not only pretty but come back year after year for…

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Tomatoes Best Friend in the Garden

04/21/2017 Ken Davis

by Ken Lain, the mountain gardener There are plants that work well together and plants that should be kept apart. Matching the two groups into a garden plan is often difficult, especially in small spaces. Companion Planting tomatoes are relatively…

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Insects and Diseases Common to Local Gardens

04/21/2017 Ken Davis

by Ken Lain, the mountain gardener Although gardening has so many upsides, it does have one really irritating double-barreled downside: pests and diseases that attack our beautiful plants and delicious homegrown vegetables.  These attacks rarely are fatal, but monitoring a…

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Native Deer in the Garden

04/18/2017 Ken Davis Do you want to be a Mrs. Smith or a Mrs. Johnson? Read More

Super 8 Spring Blooming Shrubs

04/12/2017 admin

By Ken Lain, the mountain gardener Shrubs are the bones and building blocks of an exceptional landscape. Some are blessed with long bloom periods, others with flashy foliage, striking shapes, colorful winterberries for foraging birds, and some with evergreen qualities.…

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9 Ways to an Easy Garden

04/01/2017 Ken Davis

by Ken Lain, the mountain gardener A good garden is coffee time with your thoughts, watching a sunrise, the majesty of a butterfly, or the buzzing of hummingbirds. Gardener is a label proudly worn, but there are some unpleasant tasks…

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