Summer Solstice Celebration!

Have you heard? We’re throwing a party! Presenting our first annual Summer Solstice Celebration at Fall Creek Gardens–and YOU are invited! Don’t wait!  Buy your tickets here: http://summersolsticetickets.eventbrite.com Of course, we know how busy the month of June can be…. Even if you cannot attend, you can still be a part of all the fun!  […] Continue reading →

8 Uses for Garden Greens

The first produce from your garden is often greens – lettuce, spinach, and arugula just to name a few. You can only make so many salads, but greens are some of the most concentrated sources of nutrition there are. So how to make use of that abundance and keep it from going to waste? 1. Green Smoothies! […] Continue reading →

From the President’s Desk…

The growing season is soon approaching. The weather has given us a few surprises in the amount of snow, crazy unseasonable temperatures and surprise peeks into the Spring. We have endured these unexpected challenges and are looking forward to the time we can get into the dirt. Last year we installed new garden beds, the […] Continue reading →

Soil Quality—Key indicators

It is essential for you to have fertile nutrient packed soil in your garden. Rich soil equals healthy plants—quality vegetables and beautiful flowers. In order for your garden to produce, you must take measures to make sure your garden soil can support your plants. Soil can lose its fertility over time and because of geography […] Continue reading →