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Marty’s 2016 Gamble Garden

Whatever profession you choose to go into, hopefully it’s because you enjoy doing the basics of the particular industry. Maybe owning a restaurant is what you always wanted to do because you enjoy cooking. Maybe you enjoyed working on and riding bikes and always wanted to open a bike shop (who would that be?!) You […]

When Marty Gardens: 3 Go-To Tips for Indoor Seed Starting.

Recently I introduced to my great Uncle Dan Binford. His Acre was actually 2+ acres of fertile soil on the west side of Wichita. I believe I previously listed it at a ½ acre, my bad Dan. His goal was to plant his first seeds (garden peas) in the ground around Washington’s birthday in late […]

Orie’s Acre

I can remember my grandfather Orie in wearing those bib overalls working in the greenhouse like it was yesterday. Grandpa was a master at propagation of our spring bedding plants. I specifically remember him taking cuttings of Santolina, a grey leafed, shrubby annual that was a staple in our plant offerings of the 60’s and […]