There are all sorts of plants that need a little extra support as they grow. Some plants get really tall. Others are itty-bitty, and they stay that way. In the past, we've done a large trellis that's perfect for tall, tangled, beautiful branches. Today we're putting together a mini trellis that's perfect for supporting spring starters like peas.
Has it stopped raining yet? Nope! So let’s make use of this indoor weather to prep for spring. Today we’re building a strawberry planter, just in time to start planting for spring.
Did you know you could grow 100 pounds of potatoes in just four square feet? Learn how with our potato planter tutorial.
This trellis is a classic design for growing a climbing vine that looks great against the side of your house or standing out in the garden.
Every so often we're fortunate enough to partner with local initiatives. Advent Lutheran Church in Mill Creek grows produce for a local food kitchen. Seeing how we're in the lumber business, we saw it as an opportunity to help build the planter boxes!
To celebrate our first birthday we have a great tutorial for you of this beautiful bench designed by Kirsten and Jacob. We really wanted to design something that was unique and beautiful and also solid. There’s nothing worse than building a wobbly bench!
Roasted Rosemary Potatoes, Basil Vinaigrette, Roasted Corn with Oregano Butter, Orange and Thyme Grilled Shrimp. What do these recipes have in common? Fresh herbs. Save time and money this summer by growing your own herb garden.
Planter beds might look complex, but they’re an easy weekend project that can improve the look of your yard and provide good drainage for your plants. Not to mention, there is nothing quite as satisfying as growing your own garden.