Start With The Soil

what is npk? woman holding fertilizer in her hands in the garden

NPK: It’s Important If You Want an Amazing Garden

Has this ever happened to you? You’re standing in the fertilizer aisle of your local garden center, looking at all the packages, and your eyes glaze over.

There are too many choices. And you’re not sure which one to buy.

When you pick up the first package and glance at the label, your eyebrows flick up as you notice three big numbers on it.

Then you see that ALL the labels have three numbers with dashes separating them, and some have the letters NPK, next to the numbers.

organic mulch, wood chips next to a wheelbarrow

Organic Mulch: What It Is And How to Choose The Best One

Imagine if you could magically minimize the need to weed, water, and fertilize your garden.

Well, your gardening fairy-godmother, organic mulch, is ready to wave her wand over your garden and grant your wish!

Organic mulches create a cozy blanket over your soil, which protects your soil from drying winds, blistering sun, and the 40,000 dandelion seeds your neighbor blows into your yard with their lawnmower every weekend.

soil test form with pen, trowel, and soil sample on a gold background

How to Test Your Soil Like an Expert

Garden soil seems mysterious, doesn’t it? It never hops up says, “hey, I’ve got a problem!” No, it just sits there waiting for you to figure out why your tomatoes have blight, your grass isn’t as green as you’d like, or your hydrangeas aren’t periwinkle blue like the ones you’ve been drooling over on Pinterest. But we’re going to take the mystery out of soil science.Learning how your soil affects your plants will give you a huge advantage. You’ll dramatically increase your odds of being a successful gardener, by like 80%!

Scroll to Top