How to Grow Kale

Kale is super versatile. It’s good in salad, soup and smoothies. It’s even delicious when torn into bite sized pieces and baked with olive oil and salt into “chips” (a healthier version of our favorite guilty pleasure) it might even convert a kale “hater” into a… “these aren’t too bad!” Best of all, kale is good for you. It’s known to lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease.

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What Caterina and Michelle Learned Joining gardenstead

Caterina and Michelle were hired to work at gardenstead last summer. Both young women had an inkling interest in plants but since joining the team, completely caught the bug for BOTH houseplants and vegetable gardening. Their interest and passion have been turned on to full speed! Here are the top three things they’ve learned in mere months.

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What You Don’t Know About Your Alocasia Polly

Alocasia polly has become an increasingly popular houseplant. What we’ve also seen is people worrying about a yellow leaf. Surprise, surprise, this plant is not like other plants! We’ve listed a few things you should know about your Alocasia polly.

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Step-By-Step Guide to Dazzling Holiday Planters

Finished Holiday Planter

Enjoying your outdoor space can be a year-round venture. Creating a decorative winter container is a creative process that will provide you with a beautiful piece that will last on your walkway, steps or balcony well into March… just in time for spring.

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