Feed your Landscape Now

07/15/2022 Ken Davis

Monsoon rains hit the Lain gardens on Monday Let the Monsoon Rains do the Work for You One simple food for the entire landscape. The safety you can feel good about around family, animals, and friends. Enjoy vivid flowers &…

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Why Leaves Turn Brown on Houseplants

02/09/2021 Ken Davis

By Ken Lain, the mountain gardener You bought a gorgeous houseplant and gently placed it next to a bright window, and within a week, leaves are turning brown even falling off. What went wrong? Imagine buying a dog without knowing…

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Garden Soils Best Prepared in January

01/13/2021 Ken Davis

By Ken Lain, the mountain gardener On the Go Answer Condensed Version of this Article January is the month to amend garden beds Turn 2” layer of organic Manure & Mulch in one shovels depth Spread Fruit & Veggie Food,…

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10 Ways to an Easy Garden

09/04/2020 Ken Davis

by Ken Lain, the mountain gardener On the Go Answer – Readers Digest-type Condensed Version of this Article Feed your soil instead of the plants with 7-4-4 All Purpose Food Use low maintenance perennials like red salvia, Russian blue sages,…

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Fruit and Vegetable Food

08/28/2019 Ken Davis

6-4-4-7Ca Organic With added Calcium for bigger, brighter, BETTER fruit and veggiesContains Nitrogen – Phosphate – Potash & CalciumThis organic recipe improves the flavor and size of Fruits, Vegetables, Herbs & All Flowering PlantsFar safer for your family, pets, and…

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Flower Power “It’s like a Snickers Bar for Your Plants”

04/13/2018 Ken Davis

                                                                  Good for           …

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Plant Foods Simplified Locally

02/27/2018 Ken Davis

by Lisa Watters-Lain,  Arizona’s garden gal When walking down the fertilizer aisle at Watters Garden Center or any home improvement store you can’t help notice the dizzying the array of plant food. You’ll see bags and bottles, powders and granules,…

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Best Autumn-Red Tree

10/08/2016 Ken Davis

by Ken Lain, the mountain gardener Autumn tree colors are here!    Sadly, most properties don’t have many trees.  You actually can count on one hand the number of trees in the average landscape.  In any landscape, trees stand out like…

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10 Tips to Easier Gardening

08/25/2016 Ken Davis

by Ken Lain, the mountain gardener Time seems to drag when the voices of stress repeat themselves in my head, but stress is never an issue in the garden. Gardening is my escape from a hyper-connected world of Facebook, inbox,…

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March 28 – Grape, Brambles & Blueberries to the Kitchen (Free) includes a coupon

12/29/2014 Ken Lain, mountain gardener

Students learn the best grapes, berries and all things vegetable along with plant foods and an ever increasing harvest. Dozens and dozens of fruiting varieties will be on hand and all the professionals to help you increase the eats in…

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