Bedner's Farm & Greenhouse
  • THE 2024 BOTANICAL INTERESTS SEED COLLECTION

    Explore our list of certified-organic seeds from Botanical Interests, a Colorado-based seed company with a conscience that offers heirloom, non-GMO, untreated and responsibly produced vegetable, herb and flower seeds. As a third- and fourth-generation farming family, we’ve learned which seeds and plants do well in our area. We’ve paid careful...

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  • Pet Safe Gardening

    Creating a safe garden is important for your furry friends so they can enjoy it alongside you. Try pet-scaping by designing your garden with pet friendly plants! The Basics: Toxic– Not all gardening supplies are safe for our curious pets. Mulch, herbicides, and fertilizers can harm pets through ingestion or...

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  • Love for the Lenten Rose

    Along with crocus and daffodils, perennial hellebore flowers are some of the very first garden blooms of the season. Their buttercup-type flowers delight us during the period of time leading to Easter, called Lent, hence the common name of Lenten Rose. If you’re new to gardening or you want a...

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  • Green Thumb Award Winners & What We’re Growing

    THE GREEN THUMB AWARD-WINNING PLANTS WE’RE GROWING FOR YOU THIS SPRING Each year the National Garden Bureau recognizes new plants and products that bring innovation and energy to yards and gardens. We pay attention, and we love to add the best of the best to what we grow in our...

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  • Gardening for the Birds

    NATURE’s bird feeder Feeding the birds, especially in winter, can mean much more (and be much easier and more sustainable) than simply putting out a bird feeder. Many birds find shelter and feed from plants and trees you already have in your yard via berries, seeds, or insects they may...

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  • Fall Mums, Are They Hardy?

    Easter and spring time has its lilies, Christmas and holiday time has its poinsettias, and the fall season is celebrated with a Chrysanthemum, or mum. While many people use their mums as a seasonal decoration to set out with straw bales and corn stalks, some gardeners like to plant them...

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  • Never Forget Gardens

    There is healing and peace in the garden. Growing flowers and other plants is a personal way to honor those living, such as with a new birth; as well as find comfort as we remember our loved ones who have died. This week many of us will follow tradition and...

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  • Favorite Plants and Why

    Last week we shared that one of our favorite plants is the passion flower vine, and we asked to hear from you about what YOUR favorite plant is and why. We always love a fun giveaway, so we chose a lucky winner from the responses to win a $25 Bedner’s...

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  • April Gardening Checklist

    1. Plan for Next Year’s Spring Blooms Since you have to plant the bulbs for spring flowering plants in the fall, such as daffodils or hyacinths, take notes while your ideas are fresh. Whether you are starting from scratch or want to add to your collection, plan ahead now. Write...

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  • In the Garden: Container Planting

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  • In the Garden: Dividing Perennials

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  • In the Garden

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  • In the Garden: Fertilizing Trees

    For healthy trees it’s great to fertilize in the spring and late fall. We love the Espoma line of organic fertilizers. Follow this link to see how easy it is!...

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  • Getting the Veggie Garden Started

    We planted one 6-pack of mixed lettuce and one 6-pack of kale in a container this week.  Here are a few of the veggie garden crops that can be planted NOW: Cabbage, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Brussel Sprouts, Lettuce, Onions, Potatoes. You’ll want to wait at least another two weeks to plant...

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  • In the Garden: Resurrection Garden

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