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2024 Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas For Gardeners in Arkansas

We have been stocking up, getting ready for the spring season, and lucky for you, just in time for the Valentine’s Day holiday!  Check out a few of our favorite gift ideas for gardeners.  And remember, we also offer Good Earth gift cards!       We are very well stocked with chimes, colorful rain… Read more »

Our Favorite Pumpkin Recipes!

  ‘Tis the season… the PUMPKIN season and we are here for it!  You might have guessed that being around tons of freshly picked pumpkins and gourds inspires us to do some cooking and baking, and if so, you were correct!  Our team loves this time of year, and the opportunity to share our fall… Read more »

Transplanting Perennials in the Fall

Have overgrown perennials on one side of your garden and scarce to none on the other? Looking to rearrange the layout of a few beds? Whatever the reasons you may have for wanting to spruce up your garden, fall is the perfect time of year to make these changes! Perennials to Divide Some of the… Read more »

Arkansas Diamonds Program

What is an Arkansas Diamond plant? Arkansas Diamonds are locally grown plants proven to be tough in Arkansas. New plant selections have been chosen and released each year since 2015! Arkansas gardeners now have quite a proven selection of plants to choose from with confidence in plant performance. How were these plants selected? Arkansas Diamonds… Read more »

How to Cultivate a Cutting Garden

There are so many plants that work well in cut arrangements!  Notice we left out the word ‘flower’; some of the most interesting additions to an arrangement are interesting greenery or stems.  Proper planning will get you the best results.  If you want to harvest and arrange year-round, you might need to add larger plant… Read more »

Captivated by Peonies

  Beautiful, showy and full of romance, the flowers from the Peony make it to both weddings, and simple bouquets for around the home.  Nostalgic, for many of us, the sight of Peonies remind of us of grandparents, or any loved ones who grew these year after year. That casual, simple elegance is what keeps… Read more »

How to Make a Kokedama

What is a kokedama anyway? It’s a form of Japanese art, that as a literal translation, means moss (koke) and ball (dama).  Like bonsai, it’s not the actual plant but how the plant is being grown that makes it a kokedama.  Our creative, artistic co-worker Angie decided to make some of these up, presenting the… Read more »