Tag Archives: indoor gardening
ChrstmasGnome

Missing: One Gnome Beneath a Red Hat

The holidays are all about the giving, and we love giving back to our loyal readers and customers! For a little holiday fun and giving we are launching our “Find the Gnome”contest. Our gnome beneath the red hat has gone off traipsing about the site. We need your help to bring him back where he [...]

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mossrocks

Featured Product: Moss Rocks!

Moss Rocks! have arrived! I am pretty excited about our newest product here at MasterGardening.com- Moss and Stone Gardens- Moss Rocks! These handmade ceramic containers are pre-planted with beautiful and lush dicranum moss that will bring a little spring to your home year round, even during the long winter months. The best part of the [...]

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SimpleGardenGreen

Memorial Day Giveaway!

It has been awhile since we had a giveaway on MasterGardening Blog so when I realized Memorial Day weekend was approaching I got a little excited. I love holidays since they are a great excuse to give some of our great products away! Recently while touring our warehouse I came across a Simple Garden starter [...]

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plantsupport

Urban Gardening Round-Up

Here at MasterGardening.com we think everyone should be able to reap the benefits of gardening no matter how small their space. That’s why we are now a sponsor for Urban Organic Gardener. Mike at Urban Organic Gardener, dishes up a serving of great urban gardening advice every week through trial and error. We love this [...]

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HerbScissors

Spreading the St. Patrick’s Day Love!

We love anything Green here at MasterGardening and St. Patrick’s Day is all about the GREEN! To help celebrate St. Patrick’s day we are giving away a pair of Triple Blade Herb Scissors and a Kitchen Herb Mini-Greenhouse kit to one lucky winner!! Grow your own basil, chives and parsley in your kitchen window! This [...]

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sproutday22

Growing My Way? Sprouts and King Cakes

Day 22 and our company garden is doing great after we transplanted the seedlings into bigger homes last week. We did lose a few plants but that was due to heat more than transplanting; someone who shall remain nameless (me) left the grow light on over the weekend and a few plants dried out. A [...]

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SmartPotDay16

Growing My Way?- Looking Leggy

Two weeks into our company garden project and we have seen quite a bit of growth. The pepper plants finally joined the party, catching up quickly with the onions and tomoatoes. Things were looking great until Day 14 (photo below) when the onions started to look a little leggy and started to wilt. The peppers still [...]

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Windowgarden

Going to New Heights to Maximize Your Garden

One of the top trends in gardening for 2011 is vertical gardening. This space saving method is perfect for balconies, decks, patios, indoors, and gardens. Vertical gardening can also add privacy and is easy for those with arthritis or back problem, eliminating bending low to the ground. If your space is large or small you [...]

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Day7Tomatoes3

Growing My Way?: Day Seven

Last week we started our MasterGardening.com company garden by planting seeds indoors. 7 days later our Yellow Onions and Beefsteak Tomatoes are doing great. We have lots of little seedlings breaking through the dirt. However, our Jalapeño Peppers are just now starting to show; in fact the first tiny sign of life presented itself this [...]

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Tools

Gardener’s Agenda: February

Feeling the itch to sink your hands in the dirt? Well lucky for you spring is not far off and it’s time to get back in the garden. Here is a helpful list of gardening tasks to do this month. •  Keep bird feeders full until spring. You are their source of food while the ground is [...]

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