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Thursday, May 14th

Landscaping is our Middle Name

Like people, properties can sometimes need a make-over. Impress your neighbors…
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Friday, May 2nd

It's Time to Begin Preparing Your Plants for Summer

We've made it through winter (nearly) and your plants are excited to get out in the sunshine…
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Thursday, May 1st

Join us for our latest Sales

Visit our garden center to stock up on beautiful flowers to make your garden area your special…
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How to Garden Indoors

While we live in beautiful Eau Claire, many people don't enjoy being out in the cold to garden. It's because of this that we highly advocate gardening indoors when you get the chance. While it can be difficult, if not impossible, during the winter. It's a great way to get a head start on the process of outdoor gardening during spring. Because of this, we are going to show you how to garden indoors.

How to Garden Indoors

You only need three things to garden indoors. Space, Soil, and Sun!

Space - First, you need to clear out a good amount of space to set up your operation. You want it to be spread out and level and a nice flat surface. It's also best if you can make it accessible to a power outlet for usability.

Soil - Next you will want to keep either a row of pots or a little gutter filled with loose top soil. This will help make it easy to grow the sprouts before you transplant them to the world outside. Healthy soil means healthy food!

Sun - Finally, you will want to get great lights. You need to compare what lights will be best with what you are trying to grow. But for the most part, you want solar lights or great incandescent lamps if possible.

What can you Plant Indoors?

February and March - Leeks and Onions

For February and March, I'm going to be difficult to grow anything other than leeks and onions at any given point; this thin, juicy vegetable will grow easier in February then later when the climate is more forgiving.

April - Tomato, Pepper, Peas, Lettuce, Cauliflower and Broccoli

April is when you can grow the more fruity vegetables. The ones that grow to be larger and more potent need a climate that's very agreeable.

Green Thumb

At Green Thumb, we are always putting our clients and their gardens first. We provide a ton of services including professional landscaping for you and your loved ones. If you ever have any questions about the process or our garden center, then give us a call today at (715) 832-4553!