Mycorrhizal fungi have occurred naturally in the soil for 400 million years. They form a close symbioticrelationship with plant roots. They are called mycorrhizae (from the Greek "mukés", meaning fungus, and"rhiza," meaning roots).
Growing A Garden Just Makes Sense
Tips on storing, saving and growing your own seeds. How to prepare your garden for planting.
My Garden - March 2011
March 2011 Newsletter.
Prunning Fruit Trees
It’s never to early to start thinking about pruning, especially fruit trees. Mature, fruit yielding trees requireregular pruning to stay healthy, to maintain their size and shape, and to open their branches to sunlight.
January Newsletter 2011
Many of our customers have asked for it, so we’ve tried to deliver on your requests. New thisyear, we have 50 varieties of organically grown vegetable seed.
Drought Tolerant Plants
A list of drought tolerant plants.
October Newsletter 2009
Welcome to our new Newsletter! Of Course it will continue to be a work in progress for a few months but, if you are patient, we think it will turn into a very valuable ...
Xeriscape is a systematic concept for saving water in landscaped areas. The word Xeriscape is often misspelled or mispronounced. Because the word is unusual, misconceptions may be attached to the concept.
Febraury Newsletter 2010
In this issue: Starting Seeds Indoors, Easy Ideas for growing fun, Become a Facebook Fan of Anderson’s Seed & Garden, Mark’s Favorite Corn, What’s new @ Anderson’s, Zahara Zinnias: Award Winner for 2010, Spring bulbs now in stock.
January Newsletter 2010
In this issue: Bulk Seeds: No substitute Compare our Seed Prices with the Big Boys of the SeedCatalog Industry, Tips on starting your own seeds indoors, Pruning Fruit Trees, New Seed Varieties for 2010, Amaryllis and Paperwhite bulbs on Sale.
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