If you grow fruit, veggies, or flowers, you want to reap amazing rewards for your spring gardening efforts. It can be hard to keep up with the dozens of soil amendments and other garden helpers out there, but bone meal is one product that can help achieve the results you want. Here’s how bone meal […]Read More →What Does Bone Meal Do for Your Garden?
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Like how we take vitamins to supplement our daily diets, fertilizers ensure plants are retaining their proper amount of essential nutrients, too. For plants, these necessary elements include nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium (NPK). Each of these can be found in soil naturally, yet whether it be because of geography, weather, or other factors, it is […]Read More →Finding Your Fertilizer: Which Type is Right for Your Garden?
Plants rely on soil for nourishment, but our soil today isn’t as nutrient-rich as it once was. Luckily, dietary help for your plants is available in the form of micro- and macro-nutrients from your trusted garden source. At Jobe’s, we offer two products that accomplish the job: soil amendments and fertilizers. They may both boost […]Read More →The Difference Between a Fertilizer and a Soil Amendment
Your garden needs to eat, just like you do. And just like how you track carbohydrates, protein, and fat, your plants need a specific breakdown of nutrients, too. That’s where NPK – nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium – comes in. While plant nutrients are found in nature, each garden’s plot of soil can vary. So, garden […]Read More →Knowing NPK: Your Soil, Made Better
As gardeners, we tend to focus on keeping the outside of our homes loaded with flowers for the whole world to admire. Still, there’s something to be said for growing plants specifically designated for the inside of our homes, as well. If you don’t already have one, you will never regret planting a cutting garden […]Read More →Easy Flowers for Your Cutting Garden
New gardeners often ask me how it’s possible that the flowers, vegetables, fruit, and herbs grown here at our farm are 100% organic. Most people ask because they are interested in how they can avoid synthetic chemicals in their own gardens.Read More →8 Strategies to Successful Organic Gardening
If you’ve ever been on a garden tour with people from various locations, you’ll eventually hear someone say, “Oh, I wish I could grow blue hydrangeas like that. Mine are always pink.” I know this because I’ve said it myself. If your hydrangeas (which actually prefer acidic soils, but are very adaptable) naturally bloom pink, […]Read More →Growing acid-loving plants in an alkaline garden
Most gardeners feel as though they need all the help they can get when it comes to growing successfully in the garden. There are so many variables involved and some of them are beyond the gardener’s control, like weather. Fortunately, we have several gardening products available to us to maximize our assets and give us […]Read More →Give plants the benefit of Jobe’s Organics Fast Start
Fertilize spring-blooming shrubs such as azaleas and camellias right after they finish flowering. The plants have just used a lot of resources to produce flowers, and both azaleas and camellias push new flushes of leaves immediately after they bloom, as well. By the time they’re finished with all of that growth and activity they can […]Read More →How to Fertilize Azaleas and Camellias
Spring bulbs such as daffodils, crocus, grape hyacinth, and tulips are in full bloom from March through May (depending on where you live). The most critical care time for bulbs is right after they finish flowering, so enjoy the display, and get your ducks in a row to give these plants a leg up on […]Read More →How to Fertilize Spring-Blooming Bulbs