Since 1992

I plant & I sow, I bark & I go…

Posted: May 5, 2015  |  Categories:  Uncategorized |

My owner no longer waters my lawn and is letting it die. WHAT IS HAPPENING? They say that Xeriscape Landscaping is now our method. But why??? Xeriscape saves water. For most dog…

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Dry as a bone

Posted: April 28, 2015  |  Categories:  Uncategorized |

Boy this earth of mine is dry as a bone, and that’s not too good for my garden, but I do love bones! There is so much you can do once you…

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Mulch to talk about…

Posted: April 21, 2015  |  Categories:  Uncategorized |

My owners at Valley Rock say there is a rule of thumb (paw?) for bark and mulch. With a product distribution of at least 3″ deep, the bark becomes a blocker of…

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I have people in high, but not dry places…

Posted: April 20, 2015  |  Categories:  Uncategorized |

As a dog, I am really smart, but I have a friend I like to call Professor Paul and this is his recommendation. “Soil moisture holding capacity is directly related to surfaces…

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April Showers -check!

Posted: April 8, 2015  |  Categories:  Uncategorized |

April showers passing us by, and the cold April storm is over. Our ground is warming up (70 degrees is ideal) and getting ready for those yummy tomatoes. My owner said I…

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What? They are starting to plant…

Posted: March 27, 2015  |  Categories:  Clever Ideas, Uncategorized |

I know spring has just begun, but it sure feels like summer. And I think my master is working on the garden, and the yard and the flowers…so much to do. My…

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Ahhh, the smell of moisture

Posted: March 25, 2015  |  Categories:  Uncategorized |

Boy do I love the smell of fresh rich soil…..It must be the organic matter I smell. The amount of organic matter in our Growers Blend affects how much water the soil…

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Dig, Dig, Dig, Bark, Bark, Bark

Posted: December 2, 2014  |  Categories:  News |

These are some of my favorite words as a Dog… but when it comes to planting, turning over your soil and amending makes for a happy garden. Before planting, dig up a…

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