Show Me the Way to Go Gnome. How to Make your own miniature garden.

Fairy and gnome gardens may be small, but they provide giant-sized joy and are fairy easy to make! Step 1. Contain it well. Choose a container that has drainage. Most containers have a plug; otherwise you can use charcoal and gravel in the bottom of the container or, if you are really handy, you can […]

Flea Market Chic & Other Ways to Create Garden Style

One of many fun things about gardening is that you can really show off your personality through your choices.  The flowers and shrubs you choose. The materials you use. To mulch or not to mulch? The accessories you adorn your garden with. Is your garden ‘fairy nice’? Do you think of your yard as ‘home […]

Floundering from a sense of too much to do? Watch fish to relax.

Ever find yourself staring at a fish tank while you wait in a doctor’s office? If you have, you’re doing  something much better for you than staring at the screen of your smartphone, and it’s not by chance. An article published in July of 2015 says that British researchers have discovered that watching fish can […]

2018 Event Schedule

2018 Event Schedule Saturday, March 31st: Lighted Firefly Easter Eggs $5 Fee (Children’s Event) April 8th: Opening your pond/Pond Maintenance Tips Seminar April 8th: Young Living Essential Oils with Francesca $10 Fee Proceeds benefit a YL Charity April 22nd: Divide and Conquer your Perennials Seminar May 6th: Mother’s Day Tissue paper flower pot Wind chime $15 Fee […]

Exciting Additions to the Garden Center

As our loyal customers, blog readers and Facebook followers know, the staff at Edward’s Garden Center is always making exciting changes and additions to make the Garden Center a fun place for families to Explore and Enjoy! This season at the Garden Center definitely will not disappoint. We are delighted to tell you about the […]