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Easy Herbs for Winter

The most important word for cool weather herbs is SUN. Water deeply (as in: water slowly so that all the soil gets a drink, not just the top & sides of the pot or ground soil) once a week… and did I mention SUN? A lot of people want to grow herbs inside and while this [...]

The People’s Choice | Top Tomato Selections from Tomato Tasting 2016

2016 was the beginning of even bigger and better Tomato Tastings than ever before. Most important is that Steve Goto, the king of tomatoes here on the west coast, has now joined the Roger’s Gardens staff. Steve has always been the engine that drove these tastings, but now that he is a permanent member of [...]

By | 2016-08-25T12:53:13+00:00 August 25th, 2016|Edible Gardens, Food, Tomatoes|1 Comment

How to Produce & Harvest Lettuce for Two Months

One of our favorite garden vegetables to grow are the many varieties of lettuce that are now available. Lettuce is especially easy to grow. You can start harvesting a crop within 15 days after you planted it in your garden or container! When its time to harvest our crops a frequently asked question is, “what [...]

By | 2016-02-03T16:10:37+00:00 February 3rd, 2016|Edible Gardens, Gardening|0 Comments

Starting Vegetables from Seeds

For those of us that really enjoy all aspects of vegetable gardening, the greatest gratification can be the reward of a crop you started by seeds. [su_spacer size=”10″][su_spacer][su_spacer size=”10″][su_spacer][/su_spacer] Seeds have been available since the settlers brought over from their home soil and started planting their crops. Seeds are fairly easy to germinate; and with [...]

By | 2016-01-07T14:59:36+00:00 January 7th, 2016|Earth Day, Edible Gardens, Gardening, Healthy Living|1 Comment

Growing Herbs in Containers by Onita Castillo

Edible container gardening should be something that is easy and accessible. This is especially important if you don’t have a lot of extra time to spend in the garden. If you’re not lucky enough to have a considerable sized yard, you are most likely stuck with a small patio. Usually this patio is mostly shade [...]

By | 2015-05-14T13:38:40+00:00 May 14th, 2015|Edible Gardens, Food, Gardening|0 Comments

A “Twenty-something’s” Experiment with Gardening

What made you become a gardener? For me, it was food. Let me preface by explaining who I am. I’m a 25 year old woman, a graphic designer, photographer, yoga instructor and hiker. I work in the marketing department at Roger’s Gardens and have found a love for gardens and wildlife over the years. [...]