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Posted by Grange Co-op on 1st Feb 2018

In this GrangeKnows article, we’ve selected four of the most popular fruits and vegetables commonly planted during the bareroot season. Bareroots are stocked in our stores and this article explains how to plant for success! In preparation for bareroots, we recommend amending the soil with Aged Steer Manure to get started. Strawberries Strawberries are sturdy perennials and can be a unique ground cover if left on their own. P… Read more

Posted by Grange Co-op on 2nd Feb 2014

Planting bare root trees and shrubs can have big advantages for your yard, garden, and wallet. Bare root varieties – which are dug and stored without any soil – typically cost less money, and they also gain more root mass and are easier to plant with less weight and packing soil or materials to deal with.Timing is everything. Time your planting precisely because the one drawback to planting bare root plants is the limited planting window. Ba… Read more