The perfect autumn centerpiece is here! These Pumpkin Succulent Gardens will add beauty to all of your fall celebrations, but the best part may be that the succulents can last much longer. With proper care, you can replant these little beauties and enjoy them for months, if not longer. First, you must mist the Pumpkin Succulent Garden daily with clean water. The succulent roots will begin growing into the moss, and eventually into the pumpkin itself as the shell softens.…
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Posted by Sarah on May 10th 2010 in
Now is the time of year to get ready for planting your kitchen garden. Sunnyside Gardens has a huge selection of starter plants and seeds for you to choose from. We have the veggies- tomatoes, peppers, onions, lettuce, beans, peas, etc. AND the herbs- sage, basil, rosemary, thyme, and all the others to make a perfect compliment for healthy tasty meals. The easiest way to get a great garden kitchen…
Posted by Sarah on April 29th 2010 in
You may notice something strange afoot at Sunnyside these days (week?) and no, it’s not just JR’s new hairdo. Everyone is sporting the stylish Pink, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Nitrle Touch gardening glove. The staff at Sunnyside is excited to raise awareness for breast cancer research (not to mention protect our hands from the daily blisters of gardening!). We are encouraging our customers to join our pink glove…
Posted by Sarah on April 15th 2010 in
If you haven’t caught wind of the new requirement to use compostable bags for your lawn waste, you are probably not alone. The short of it is, as of Jan. 1st 2010, residents of the Twin Cities area who bag their yard waste for pick up need to use biodegradable compostable bags, rather than the traditional black plastic lawn bags. This requirement affects residents in the following counties: Anoka, Carver,…
Posted by Sarah on March 31st 2010 in
For Minnesota gardeners a pansy is a welcome and exciting sign of spring. The staff here at Sunnyside has even dubbed a term for the joy that the pansy and the coming spring it signifies: Pansymonium! In a stark and colorful explosion the first pansies obliterate the white doldrums of the winter and kick our spring here off in an excellent way. From the Greek word ‘pansee,’ to think, the…
Posted by Sarah on March 17th 2010 in
Community Supported Agriculture This year Sunnyside is happy to announce that we will be functioning as a drop site for a local Community Supported Agriculture farm. In conjunction with Turnip Rock, located just across the border in New Auburn Wisconsin, Sunnyside will receive weekly shipments of sustainably raised, local organic produce. Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) works by partnering the farmer and consumer in a simple and environmentally friendly way. The…
Posted by Sarah on March 6th 2010 in
You don’t have to wait for warmer weather to start gardening. In fact, if you want to grow your own vegetables from seed, you can’t wait much longer. There are basically two options for herb and vegetable gardening: start seedlings indoors and transplanting them to the garden, or buy plants that are already growing in containers. (These will be available in a few months.) Starting vegetables indoors is easy. You’ll…