Free Gardening Advice to Get You Growing

Whether you have a small, urban garden or plenty of acreage, our Sanctuary Soil blog offers plenty of free gardening advice.  Below are resources to help you build beautiful, more productive yards with delicious food plants and edible flowers, as well as healthy indoor gardens and fun winter craft projects. Sanctuary Soil is delighted to provide a wide range of how-to gardening information on a range of topics, including: […]

By |2019-02-27T16:13:31-08:00June 11th, 2014|Blog, Community Gardens, Craft Projects, Gardening, Gardening Tips, Grow Food, Houseplants, How-To Tips, Plant Ideas|Comments Off on Free Gardening Advice to Get You Growing

Valentine’s Day Tillandsia Terrarium

By Jenny Peterson I love those garden projects that are completed quickly, easily and for just a little bit of money — and who doesn’t? Especially this time of year, when we gardeners are just itching to do something but the weather is not cooperating. Here’s a great little interior project just in time for Valentine’s Day — it’s a small tillandsia terrarium that is completed in about 30 minutes for less than $15, depending [...]

By |2017-05-19T13:18:09-07:00February 3rd, 2014|Blog, Craft Projects, Gardening, Houseplants|Comments Off on Valentine’s Day Tillandsia Terrarium

Growing an Indoor Herb Garden

By Jenny Peterson. Most of us don’t garden as much over the winter months, particularly those of us who live in colder climates. The snow covers everything, and even our milder climates can get pretty chilly. But diehard gardeners needn’t hang up their gloves and trowels until April — there’s plenty of indoor gardening to be had, beginning with herbs. Here’s what you need to know to get started with an indoor herb garden. [...]

By |2017-05-19T13:18:10-07:00January 10th, 2014|Blog, Gardening, Houseplants|Comments Off on Growing an Indoor Herb Garden

Prepping Houseplants for Long Winter’s Nap

By Jenny Peterson Many of us like to take our houseplants or tropicals outside during the warmer months for a bit of a vacation — after all, everybody likes fresh air and warm sun, don’t they? But taking these tender plants back in for the cooler months is a bit of an art form in itself. In order to protect them and get them ready for this change in their environment, here are a few [...]

By |2017-05-19T13:18:10-07:00December 9th, 2013|Blog, Gardening, Guest Posts, Houseplants|Comments Off on Prepping Houseplants for Long Winter’s Nap
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