An ideal pollinator landscape provides abundant food sources and nesting habitats. To help pollinators like the rusty patched bumblebee, plant pollinator-friendly plants, minimize pesticide use, and maintain undisturbed areas. Minimize … [Read more...] about Make your Yard Bee-Friendly
Nourish Your Soils By: Rose Burrell Heidi’s GrowHaus is a garden center in Corcoran, Minnesota that is owned and operated by Heidi herself. Find gardening necessities, as well as classes and landscape design services. They have a strong focus on … [Read more...] about Member Feature: Heidi’s Growhaus
By: Rose Burrell Planning your garden is one of the most exciting times of the year. There are endless options and endless combinations of fruits, veggies and herbs. Considering how plants complement one another while growing is a holistic, … [Read more...] about Companion Planting 101
By: Koby Hagen Germinate: to begin to grow after being dormant Have you seen tiny plants sprouting this spring? Have you heard the excited talk of gardeners and farmers about growing their favorite vegetable or flower variety this season? Have … [Read more...] about Enrich your Life with Seeds this Spring!
The treats of maple syrup come in literary form, too. As we enter the thaw of spring, we recommend you consider diving into Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer. This beautiful collection of essays weaves indigenous wisdom, scientific … [Read more...] about Book Recommendation: Braiding Sweetgrass
When most people think of maple syrup, they think of it drizzled over their waffles, pancakes, or sausages at breakfast. They may think of maple baked beans perhaps. What most people don’t realize, however, is the great versatility of this sweet … [Read more...] about Maple Custard with Maple Whipped Cream