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Posted by Grange Co-op on 2nd Feb 2017

Here in the northwest, spring planting for certain plants and trees starts as early as late January! Look to Grange Co-op for the plants, tools, and soil amendments you need to successfully get these first-of-the-season beauties in the ground and growing. NOTE: All availability times provided are estimates. Please call your local Grange Co-op for current availability. Stocked varieties vary by store. Primroses : One of the off… Read more

Posted by Grange Co-op on 1st Mar 2016

Family gardening reaps a host of benefits, but the bottom line is that it’s a lot of fun. You’re getting outside, spending family time together and creating memories, working towards common goals, and learning communication, responsibility, patience, and the cycle of life firsthand. Family gardening not only teaches your kids, but it also teaches you how to effectively work together with your kids. Sound like experiences you want to enjoy as… Read more

Posted by Grange Co-op on 18th Feb 2016

Flower Beds: Allow foliage of spring-flowering bulbs to brown and die down before removing. Plant gladioli, hardy transplants of alyssum, phlox, and marigolds.… Read more

Posted by Grange Co-op on 31st Aug 2014

While it’s always wise to be water-conscious in the garden, during periods of drought it’s especially important to conserve H2O. And while less water may seem like a kiss of death to your garden, with a few simple water conservation strategies, your garden may actually be healthier and more productive than usual. Essential to water conservation is watering wisely. Timing is everything, and ideally you will want to water early in the… Read more