Edible Gardening Eye Candy!

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Gardening driving you UP A WALL?

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We have many ways to garden on the wall at Westwood! A new shipment of Woolly Pockets is due to arrive any day! They will come in brown as shown in the photo here, and also in Black. We have empty wreath frames to make your own living wreaths. Stop in and see what is new at the nursery today!

Woolly Pockets as shown in Sunset Magazine.

Spring is happening at Westwood Gardens, even with the SNOW!

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We are not fair weather gardeners at Westwood Gardens! We are bringing on Spring in spite of the SNOW we have had sent to us by our Bi-polar Mother Nature. We are hoping she is back on her meds now and will send us Spring as usual. She is not stopping us, though. Come in and see Spring at the Nursery, you won’t be disappointed! Our talented designers, Jill and Stephanie have been busy and have a great selection of planters to delight you! They can custom make any thing your heart desires!

Happy Spring!

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Spring has Sprung at Westwood Gardens! We are fully stocked with all of your favorites and more! Come and see what is new this year…I will give you a hint, with out spoiling your fun, we have expanded and you won’t be disappointed!

Hope to see you soon!

New LIFE emerging in the dead of Winter!

Newly emerging little sprouts give warmth to the dreary days of Winter! I had doubts about the ability to grow indoors and these precious little signs of hope are proving me wrong!

Experiment NOTES:

There has been some signs of mold wanting to start to ruin my little project. I knocked it down with my hand and added a fan to circulate the air.

I think I might need to find a sunnier window on the south side or add a grow light as these get bigger…?

Peas were fast to sprout and are supposed to be good as micro greens so I may want to start some and try them.

This would be a good project for kids! I bought my Grand kids a sprouting jar for them to try. I can’t wait to have them report on their progress!

Growing Vegetables Indoors…Can we get to a Harvest?

It is a fresh new year full of possibilities, so why am I doubting myself? I have never been very successful growing indoors, and now I have a plan to actually get my newly planted seeds to do their thing and actually live and produce something edible before my very eyes on our kitchen table. This may be wishful thinking, or it just seems wishful because I have never done it yet.

I pulled the Earthboxes out of storage yesterday. Unburied 3 bags of Organic potting Soil from the snow and brought them inside to thaw out. Today was the big day to plant! After soaking the seeds overnight, I seeded directly into the soil in the boxes. I saved some of the seeds in case these flop and I need to start them in mini greenhouse trays and then transplant them when they are bigger. I know some plants do not like to be transplanted so I figured I would try direct sowing first.

I planted quick-growing “Bloomsdale” Spinach(39 days), “Red Russian” Kale(60 days), “Bulls Blood” beets(60 days), and “Oregon Sugar Pod II” peas(62 days). The way I figure it we should be able to eat some spinach by Valentine’s Day and then be harvesting the rest by March 1st. I intend to juice any beet greens or Kale starts that I end up thinning out. I am sure I planted too thick to be sure I had enough seedings pop up to choose from.  Cross your fingers for me and I will keep you posted on this challenge weekly.

Happy Holidays From Westwood Gardens!

Westwood Gardens invites you to visit the Nursery during the Holidays for all of your decorating needs!

 Our Christmas Shoppe is OPEN from 11 to 7 DAILY.

We have: Fresh Cut Noble and Grand Fir Christmas Trees, Fresh Cedar and Mixed Garland,

 Handmade Wreaths, Ornaments, Gifts and Decor’.

 We also sell Gift Cards for the gardener on your shopping list!




Start you own Worm Factory!

New Worm Factory 360 COMING SOON to Westwood Gardens! We just ordered these great composters and should have one on display for you to see in about a week. The unit comes with a “How to” DVD that makes it so easy that anyone can compost with worms! Think about how many kitchen scaps are thrown away daily! This can all be composted and turned into beautiful worm casting compost and compost tea to put onto your plants! They will love it!

Gardening Classes at Westwood Gardens!

“Thursdays in the Garden”

Enjoy evening gardening demonstrations in a relaxed setting with like-minded gardeners. Refreshments provided. Pre-registration is required.  Call: 687-5952



Grapes for the home gardener

Edible Gardening Thursday July 15th 6-8 pm  Cost: $5.00 includes seed packet

-grow your own yummy veggies, herbs and fruits and berries… topics covered will be: container gardens, home orchards and pollination, growing edibles in the landscape, raised beds, and square foot gardening.

Water Gardening Thursday July 22nd 6-8 pm  Cost: $5.00   

~ in-ground and above ground in containers… Learn about hardy and non-hardy plant choices and how to make your own water garden.

Perennial Garden Design Thursday July 29th  6-8 pm  Cost: $5.00     

~ Thoughts and considerations when designing for your desires and exposure. Sun, shade, long bloomers, Color combos and attracting wildlife will all be discussed.

Garden Mosaics Thursday August 5th 6-8 pm  Cost: $15.00 to cover supplies.          

~ Come and create something wonderful to take home and adorn your garden with!

Please come and join us…bring your questions and bring a friend!

This Doctor Makes House Calls!

We are so proud to be stocking the Dr. Earth line of Fertilizers! These are amazing products that add LIFE to your soil.

Dr. Earth, Milo Shammas has just released a new 40 minute DVD called “The Evolution of Gardening”. We have several copies available FREE to our Faceook Friends. Come into the Nursery and get your copy today! It is informative and compelling!

Click here for more information about Dr. Earth and to be connected to their website.

Dr. Earth

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