If you’ve looked around lately, you’ll see gardening is having a major moment with millennials.
Citing generational, environmental, and other pandemic-related stressors, “nearly half of millennials and Gen Z individuals globally say they are stressed all or most of the time,” per CNBC. PBS reports millennials are even more stressed than older Americans. Looking for a natural remedy, millennials are embracing plant-parenthood as a road to wellbeing.
To most homeowners at Harvest by Hillwood in Argyle/Northlake, vegetable gardening in North Texas means an abundance of fresh produce that will soon be part of a tasty, healthy meal. But for the inexperienced, starting a vegetable garden may seem like a daunting task. Don’t worry. Every successful gardener was a beginner once. Our guide to vegetable gardening for beginners provides the fundamentals on how to start a garden.
Pollination—or the transportation of pollen from one plant to another—is often done by insects, particularly bees and butterflies. Learn more about Texas pollinators and explore how to build a pollinator garden in North Texas.
Have you ever wished that you could get farm-fresh vegetables for your family’s meals without making a special trip to the farmer’s market or paying high prices at upscale natural grocery stores?
If you’re not knowledgeable about the practice of composting, dive into our composting 101 to learn some composting basics, helpful tips, and what’s compostable.
Learn how to have you own farm-to-table dinner with items grown right here in Harvest.
Did you know that 95% of the Harvest fertilizer goes directly into the soil (versus other fertilizers where only 10% goes into the soil)?
Fall is right around the corner! There are things you can do now to get your soil ready for fall planting.
It’s that time of spring where the tomatoes and herbs are in full green growth and could use your help to focus their growing energy!