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Dig into your Garden Blog
Thrips are tiny insects that can wreak havoc on gardens. It is essential to identify thrips in your garden to avoid decimation of your crops. Read on to learn everything to know about thrips, including how to rid them and deter them from your garden organically. More
Leaf miner damage is troublesome for gardeners as it can cause significant harm to plants. Check out our informative guide on how to get rid of leaf miners organically to keep them from wreaking havoc on your crops. More
May gardens are exciting for those in Zones 9-10. If you’re wondering what you should be doing in the garden this month, check out our May Garden Checklist Zones 9-10 for tips that will result in a bountiful and rewarding garden season. More
May brings excitement, warmth, blooms, and planting time for gardeners in Zones 4-5. If you aren’t sure what you should be doing in the garden this month, check out our May Garden Checklist Zones 4-5 for a robust list of to-dos that can easily be turned into ta-das! More
It’s been a long wait, but the growing season has arrived for eager gardeners in Zones 1-3! The birds are chirping, new growth is popping up, trees have buds and signs of new life are everywhere! Our May Garden Checklist for Zones 1-3 will guide you on your way to a fulfilling and robust gardening season. More
Spider mites are garden pests that affect both indoor and outdoor plants. They multiply rapidly and can quickly become a large problem in the garden. Let’s explore more about what are spider mites, how to identify if you have a spider mite problem, and ways to manage the problem. More
We believe in organic gardening.
What is Organic?
Organic gardening focuses not just on growing the biggest plants, but on nurturing the health of your garden’s entire ecosystem — particularly the soil. In fact, the success of your organic garden starts with the soil. Ideally, you want your soil to support a rich life of beneficial micro-organisms that promote plant growth.
Certified & Verified
Our products meet stringent National Organic Program (NOP) standards. Compliance with national standards is verified by two reputable outside agencies, one is the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) and the other is the California Department of Food and Agriculture’s Organic Input Material (OIM) program.