If you’re growing a garden, you’re on your way to having a sustainable lawn—as gardening reduces the amount of grass you need to mow and water. But if you want to take your efforts further, sustainable gardening is the next logical step. These organic gardening tips will have you on your way to a more […]Read More →How Can I Make My Garden More Sustainable?
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Fed up with aphids, caterpillars, moths, and other insects wreaking havoc on your plants? Trap cropping may be just what you need to take back your garden. Trap crops—used by many commercial farmers—provide a natural form of garden pest control, making them an equally smart choice for many organic gardeners. Read on for gardening tips […]Read More →Trap Cropping Your Plants to Control Pesky Garden Pests
If you’re wondering who’s responsible for the holes in your beautiful tomato plants, there’s a good chance it’s hornworms. These garden pests are known as voracious eaters of the plant, so you may be harboring them in your garden. Knowing how to identify the critters and what kind of garden pest control to use will […]Read More →How to Identify and Prevent Hornworms in Your Tomato Garden
When you’re trying to grow your own edible food, tomatoes are a go-to crop due to their high success rate—not to mention their tastiness. However, there are still plenty of tomato-growing woes gardeners might experience that could be avoided with the proper preparation and knowledge. From premature planting to improper watering, some of these tomato […]Read More →Top 10 Tomato Growing Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them)
Succulents come in an array of colors and geometric shapes. And although they’re easy to take care of, a variety of succulent types comes with a variety of different needs. In this guide, Jobe’s Organics shows you the right conditions and products—like our newest market innovation, succulent fertilizer spikes—to help you secure succulent success. What […]Read More →7 Fun Succulents and How to Care for Them
It’s easy to see why gardeners have a hard time distinguishing squash bugs from stink bugs. Both release a foul odor when crushed and are protected by hard, shield-like shells. They even have similar dining habits. However, there are quite a few differences when it comes to squash bugs versus stink bugs. Jobe’s Organics can […]Read More →What’s the Difference Between Squash Bugs and Stink Bugs?
If you’re a flower enthusiast who wants to add a show-stopping pop of color to your garden or flower bed, look no further than one of our favorite flowering plants, the hydrangea. With their stunning array of colors, hydrangeas are a perfect addition to your landscaping project. In this guide, Jobe’s Organics will show you […]Read More →The Ultimate Guide to Planting (and Growing) Hydrangeas
Whether you’re a novice gardener or a seasoned veteran, it’s important to understand the differences between transplanting and direct sowing (or seeding). As trusted suppliers of natural products ranging from all-purpose granular fertilizer to fast start planting tablets, Jobe’s Organics can help explain the differences. To Seed, or Not to Seed? Your gardening success can […]Read More →Transplanting vs. Direct Sowing Seeds: Benefits of Each
If you grow fruit, veggies, or flowers, you want to reap amazing rewards for your spring gardening efforts. It can be hard to keep up with the dozens of soil amendments and other garden helpers out there, but bone meal is one product that can help achieve the results you want. Here’s how bone meal […]Read More →What Does Bone Meal Do for Your Garden?
As warmer weather approaches and people spend more time outside, it’s a perfect time to start thinking about your spring and summer gardening habits. If you’ve never planted a garden before, the prospect may feel a little overwhelming at first. But it shouldn’t! Starting a garden can be a rewarding experience and a great hobby, […]Read More →How and When to Start Seeds for Common Garden Plants