Gardening on the Garden Isle: Choosing a fertilizer for your lawn and plants
Master gardener Tom Timmons never realized that plants were fussy eaters until he was lollygagging in the garden shop rather than cleaning the garage like he promised his wife and discovered shelves piled with every imaginable kind of fertilizer. Check out Tom’s latest gardening column.
Volunteers sought for Reforest Hawaiʻi event at Makauwahi Cave Reserve on Kauaʻi
The “Reforest Hawaiʻi, Capture the Carbon” event on March 19 begins at 7:30 a.m.
Gardening on the Garden Isle: The KISS method of composting
On Kaua’i, there is no shortage of the four components necessary for composting: carbon, nitrogen, water and air.
Gardening on the Garden Isle: Why should you play in the dirt?
Weeds love dirt. Weeds grow great in dirt, but most garden plants are snobbish. They prefer soil.
Gardening on the Garden Isle: Basil — the royal herb
Guest columnist Tom Timmons, a certified Master Gardener, says do not trim basil as if you are Jack the Ripper; you can damage the plant.
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