How to Plant a Bee-Friendly Garden

Bee Garden

Declines in bee populations have made headlines in recent years, both because of the possible reasons for the decline and because bees play such an integral role in ecosystems. Additionally, we rely on bees for food, since they pollinate many of the plants whose fruits and vegetables we eat. If you’re a home gardener, you can take steps to make your garden bee friendly. Doing so will not only help your plants — since the bees will pollinate many of them for you — it will also help maintain your local bee population. Continue reading


Neptune’s Harvest- Gardening Video

Other useful uses for the seaweed & fish fertilizer.

Use seaweed fertilizer for:
Early frost
Fungus on plants:
Transplant shock / plant shock (results visible within 12 – 24hrs)

Use fish fertilizer for:
On plants that are more acidic where the seaweed/fish blend would not contain enough nutrition.

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Infographic Friday: Guerilla Gardening

Ron Finley is an inspiring gardener in South Central Los Angeles. He plants vegetable gardens in some of the most unlikely places: abandoned lots, traffic medians, even along the curbs of neighborhood streets. Why does he do it? Check out the infographic below and then follow this link to watch his TED Talk. Maybe it will inspire you like it inspired us at Dolphin Blue.