Category Archives: Garden Tips

First Fruits

Share: FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrintThe rain is finaling drying up and the warmer weather has turned the hugel mound into a tomato jungle. Last week we made the decision to heavily prune all the suckers and many of the accompanying branches that were … Continue reading

Huli Huli Chicken.. It’s a Hugel Mound!

Share: FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrintYou may be asking about the referential treatment of a Hawaiian chicken dish and a newly discovered permaculture technique- hugelkulture. The chicken dish really has nothing to do with anything, but we like to use it for emphasis when … Continue reading

Plants Deer Dislike

Share: FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrintThanks to their fuzzy leaves, strong fragrance, or bitter taste, the following plants aren’t among deer’s favorite nibbles. Spring-blooming perennials Bleeding heart (Dicentra spectabilis) Shade-loving, fernlike plant with pendulous heart-shaped flowers; hardy to -35° F. Bluebell (Hyacinthoide hispanica) Bulb … Continue reading

Lawn Care Service & Advice

Share: FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrint  Lawn care service calls abound these days and many clients need advice for caring for their lawn and what services we provide if you can’t go it alone! We thought this would be a great topic for our … Continue reading

Organic Lawn Care Products

Share: FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrint Are you looking for organic lawn care products that are safe and effective? Along with being committed to providing legendary service, Custom Gardens is committed to using products which do not harm the environment. Many products on the … Continue reading

Yard Tips for Fall

Share: FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrint Now that the Fall season is upon us, make sure that you’re taking care of your yard to prepare for the coming winter season! In today’s blog post, we will give some yard tips for Fall. Figure out … Continue reading

Simply Mulch

Share: FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrint With cold weather coming on and summer blossoms fading away gardens tend to become less luxurious. But it doesn’t have to be that way, with one easy addition your garden can fight back the frosts, and keep its … Continue reading