Our new corner sign is looking good! Tom Bath has pretty much constructed the design on his own (and with the help of his son, Spencer Bath.) What's most impressive is that Tom never had a blueprint for the sign, he just had the idea in his head and made it happen! No wonder our landscape department wins awards!
If you're like us, you can't stand to see your veggies drop and wither in the fall. But you don't have to! Join our free class, Saturday August 27 at 11am to learn about planting cool season crops in the fall. The class will be lead by Sherry Fuller, one of our nursery experts (she also owned her own garden center.)
A coldframe, high tunnel and row covers can extend the season well into winter. With a little diligent care, you can garden outdoors y
One man's trash is another man's treasure ... how very true that is. This imaginative garden sculpture is made of scrap metal and other abandoned materials. The creative forces at Artisan Welding in Loveland, Colorado piece each sculpture together from found materials. This whimsy and wonderful collection of garden statues is available only at Bath!
The winning zucchini from our Zucchini Contest, August 8th. 7.25 pounds, 20 inches long! Congrats Jess Arnsteen!
The idea of composting can be intimidating, but the best way to learn is to simply get started! Mother Nature has perfected to process of composting and decomposing, and you're just helping it go a little faster.
Build an enclosed pile and start throwing your scraps in! Build a bin with whatever you have on hand: cinderblocks, pallets, chicken wire, lumber-you're only limited by your imagination. Vegetable scraps, cardboard, paper towels, plant waste and all organic material can be composted.
Make sure to incorporate plenty of dry, brown material in with your green. Keep a bale of straw or a pile of grass