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  • When Can I Plant my Garden in Spokane?

    When Can I Plant my Garden in Spokane?

    In the Spokane area, we plant our gardens in waves starting with the crops that can take cooler temperatures, followed by crops that need warmer weather and ending with the cooler weather crops.  When To Start Planting:Our first opportunity to...

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  • Why Is My Plant Not Flowering?

    Why Is My Plant Not Flowering?

    There are many reasons why a plant may not be blooming as you would like it to.   The first thing you will want to figure out is when your plant typically blooms. Some plants bloom all year long, while...

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  • What is the Deal with Drainage Holes?

    What is the Deal with Drainage Holes?

    Drainage holes are excellent for keeping your plant from getting overwatered. Most plants do not like to sit in water. Drainage holes help prevent that from happening. Also, they help you to see that you are watering deeply and thoroughly....

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  • When Do I Water My Plants?

    When Do I Water My Plants?

    When do I water my house plant? As a general rule, I like to check my plants on a schedule and only water them when they need it. Different water needs vary between high, medium-high, medium-low, and low plants.  When...

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  • What Kind of Light Does My Plant Need?

    What Kind of Light Does My Plant Need?

    In general, there are four terms used for the kind of light needed for indoor plants: direct light, bright indirect light, medium light, and low light.  Direct light is when sunlight directly hits your plant. This is usually a plant...

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  • What Plants Are Toxic to Cats and Dogs?

    What Plants Are Toxic to Cats and Dogs?

    When it comes to plants, there are different levels of toxicity for animals. The toxicity level ranges from mild to deadly. There are even plants that are toxic to dogs and not to cats and vice versa. It is always...

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  • What Type of Soil Should I Use?

    What Type of Soil Should I Use?

    A common question we get asked is “What kind of soil should I use for this plant?” In general, most houseplants prefer a good potting mix. We do not recommend using anything labeled “potting soil”, “garden soil” or “raised bed...

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  • How To Plant Your New Cuttings

    How To Plant Your New Cuttings

    It is always an exciting day when you receive your cuttings in the mail! You can fit three to five cuttings into a four inch pot. The more you put in, the fuller your plant will be. First, fill a pot...

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