Now that most of us are on lockdown, we need a way to entertain ourselves. Sometimes starting a small garden could provide for that void that may happen. Occupying ourselves with a small part-time hobby might also be able to get our mind off of everything. No Matter the Space Even when you are limited […]Read More
Now that we are over with the times of the brown gardens and other damaged plants, we can start anew. Getting your garden going now will lead to having want what you are looking for. It doesn’t matter if you are just looking to beautify your home or have a vegetable garden (that you can […]Read More
Planting Your Vegetable Garden Spring is coming up soon. It’s time to start planning your garden. Planting your vegetable garden in North Texas is not a difficult task and we can help you out with what to plant and how. Prep the Soil We all know that the soil is the foundation of a garden. […]Read More
Welcome to Our Garden Shades of Green has our own vegetable garden where we grow fresh fruits and vegetables year-round. The design is based on the principles of Square Foot Gardening as created by Mel Bartholomew. Square Foot Gardening is one of the easiest and most productive gardening systems ever invented, requiring a fraction of […]Read More
It’s that time of year again. Gardening should be a part of your New Year’s resolutions. We can help you out with some ideas to get you started. Native Plants Introducing native plants is always a good idea. They tend not to get invasive and help attract native wildlife to your garden. This includes animals, […]Read More
We recently renovated and completely overhauled the vegetable garden at Shades of Green. Why? Because the old version, call it staff-veggie-garden-1.0, just wasn’t working. Since the mistakes that were made are the same mistakes I’ve seen other new gardeners make, they’re worth pointing out. First, the beds were too wide. A raised bed vegetable garden […]Read More
Shades of Green wants you to succeed at gardening in North Texas. Our blog is one of the many places we share our knowledge and expertise with our great customers. If you have any plant related questions, please contact us. We’re always happy to help.