Herbal Treasures Garden Grow e-course

HT GarNew Year’s resolutions often pinpoint areas we want to “work” on, but in order to be successful we have to lay out an action plan to accomplish at least a portion of the desired goal. Sometimes we have to spend a little time preparing ourselves, by learning more, or reviewing information to get clear on what lies ahead.

What are your gardening resolutions or plans for the upcoming growing season?

Are you planning to grow the Garden of Your Dreams in 2008?

Fine-tuning an existing garden or designing a new plot?

Want some sage advice to inspire and get you growing?

You are herbacordially invited to join us for our Herbal Treasures Garden Grow e-course!

You may be wondering what Herbal Treasures Garden Grow e-course is all about… 

It is a 7-day program that is offered on a complimentary basis, to anyone at any gardening experience level who signs up.

What are your New Year gardening plans? Please do leave a comment and fill me in…

Hope you’ll come “Dig the Dirt” with me, as we prepare to get growing in 2008!

Advertisements

Herbal Treasures Featured WordPress Blog

Gar Path  We received a cool surprise in our email today! 

Herbal Treasures’ blog was featured by WordPress — check it out

Gardener’s Glossary

Book Stack Gardener’s Glossary – Hardy:

Able to withstand year-round climatic conditions, including cold, without protection.

Source: The American Horticultural Society Encyclopedia of Gardening, DK Publishing, New York, New York, 1993.

NOTE: We discussed the importance of this in this post

Gardener’s Glossary

Book Stack  Gardener’s Glossary – Layering:

A method of propagation, by which a shoot is induced to root while still attached to the parent plant. The basic form is self-layering, which occurs naturally in some plants.

Note: Plants that may be successfully propagated in this way include (but not limited to): lavender, rosemary, and sage.

Source: The American Horticultural Society Encyclopedia of Gardening, DK Publishing, New York, New York, 1993.

Gardener’s Glossary

Book Stack Gardener’s Glossary: Leaf mold – Fibrous, flaky material derived from decomposed leaves, used as an ingredient in potting media and as a soil-improver.

Source: The American Horticultural Society Encyclopedia of
Gardening, DK Publishing, New York, New York, 1993.

Gardener’s Glossary

Book Stack   Gardener’s Glossary: Alpine

A plant that grows above the tree line in mountainous regions; loosely applied to rock garden plants that may be grown at relatively low altitudes.

Source: The American Horticultural Society Encyclopedia of Gardening, DK Publishing, New York, New York, 1993.

NOTE: “Alpine” plants are often displayed planted in trough gardens.

Water-wise Gardening

Gar Path  Think Ecosystem & Permaculture = Save time + $ + water in your garden!

Permaculture — Use Little water, time & money in your garden design: Visit 2 gardens to see how they were designed to use very little water!

Waterwise Gardening – Hints & Tips “click on” your area (of the US) for region-specific hints and tips…

Gardener’s Glossary

Book Stack   Gardener’s Glossary

Mutation: an induced or spontaneous genetic change, often resulting in shoots with variegated foliage or flowers of a different color from the parent plant. A mutation is also known as a sport.

Source: The American Horticultural Society Encyclopedia of Gardening, DK Publishing, New York, New York, 1993.