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Cool Season Veggies

As you might guess, we have a lot of gardeners on our Good Earth team!  Some have learned by formal education and some by experience; and most by a combination of both.  This cool season vegetable blog post was written by Trey, who as you can see, grows an outstanding garden. Before we get to… Read more »

Fruit Trees in Arkansas

  Keep reading for details on growing fruit trees in Arkansas! Home gardening as a hobby experienced huge growth last year and we are expecting this trend to continue.  With this trend in mind, and knowing that many in our community are interested in either adding onto their ‘grocery’ garden or getting started, we are… Read more »

How to Grow Brew-Tea-Ful Green Camellia

Always wanted to grow your own tea but didn’t have room for a large tea plant, otherwise known as Camellia sinensis?  Meet one of our new favorite, flavorful plants; Brew-Tea-Ful Green Camellia. Petite in size, this plant is ideal for patio spaces and container gardens. Mature size is 12-15 inches tall and 10-12 inches wide.… Read more »

Our Favorite Pumpkin Recipes

What says fall more than pumpkin? How about baking a pumpkin to use in pumpkin themed recipes instead of using canned?  If you have been to the grocery store and looked for pumpkin puree recently, there is a good chance you came up empty handed due to the can shortage. But worry not, it’s simple… Read more »

Fall Vegetable Gardening

It’s time to plant a fall vegetable garden! Do you know what to plant, where to plant and how to care for a fall vegetable garden? Read this post for tips from Good Earth’s gardening experts.

Locally Harvested Bee Pollen Granules

Excited to now offer local honeybee pollen granules in our gift shop! Learn all of the possible benefits of bee pollen in this post.