Get Growing Indoors with this Seed Starting Calendar
Note: Times are estimates, based on standard weather trends. Be sure you don’t transplant non-hardy crops if we’re having frost in May! Seed Starting Calendar Beans: Start Indoors in Late April, Transplant in the Middle of May Broccoli: Start in Mid March, Transplant Mid April Brussels Sprouts: Start in Mid March, Transplant Early April Cabbage: Start in…Read More
Winter Gardening Fix? Grow Microgreens and Sprouts!
For dedicated gardeners, Winter is easily the most frustrating season of the year. Flowers are dormant, edible crops can’t grow outside, and landscapes are mostly barren. If you are searching for a way to satisfy your gardening craving, not all hope is lost. With simple containers, you can grow Microgreens and Sprouts to fill the…Read More
Plants to Bring You Luck in the New Year
We’re not superstitious here at Dambly’s, because we know that plants bring good luck going into the New Year! The luck they bring isn’t just a magic trick. Having plants and flowers in your home improves air quality by increasing oxygen levels and adds vibrance to the world around you. Those refreshing benefits would be…Read More
Caring for Poinsettias
Come Christmas time, no plant is quite like the Poinsettia. Its vibrant red blooms are simply unparalleled. In the past, poinsettia’s had a reputation for being extremely beautiful yet extremely frail. Recently, however, they’ve shed the “frail” tag that caused people to be somewhat skeptical about buying them. In fact, It’s no longer uncommon to…Read More
Christmas Indoor Plants You Need to Check Out
At Dambly’s, we don’t let the cold weather halt our commitment to providing you with beautiful plants to fill your home and garden with life. Just this week, in fact, we have received a new shipment of indoor plants that will complement your holiday decor and add another element of seasonal ambiance to your home.…Read More
Safely Bring Your Plants Indoors for Winter
The nights can grow very cold as October turns to November. If you’ve got any indoor plants flourishing outside, it’s about that time to bring them back in to avoid frost! Luckily, taking care of your plants inside is simple provided you follow some basic rules. Safely bring plants indoors for winter by following these…Read More
Perfect Indoor Plants for Your Home
Dambly’s Blog: Indoor Plants Interior decorators overlook the power of the indoor plant far too often. At Dambly’s we believe that there’s an indoor plant for everyone who wants to spruce up their home. Our wide selection of indoor plants provides something for everybody, and our staff will gladly help you find the exact plant…Read More
Keep Poinsettias All Year!
Keep Poinsettias all year The poinsettia is a very decorative long-lasting Houseplant. The blooms will last for several months with the proper care. Poinsettias need bright light, ideally in a South-facing window. Avoid drafts or excess heat from wood stoves, radiators or heat vents. Set the plant in a water-proof container and keep the soil…Read More
Hardening Off Seedlings
Hardening off seedlings is the process of getting indoor-started seedlings accustomed to the outdoor environment by gradually exposing them to daily shifts in temperature, light, and water. Below are some general guidelines to help your seedlings get settled in to their outside garden bed. Begin hardening off 7 to 10 days before transplanting outdoors. Start…Read More
Start Tomatoes Indoors!
Tomatoes With so many tomato varieties and uses in the kitchen, it’s no wonder tomatoes are one of our most popular vegetables! We receive a lot of customer requests for additional tips and tricks on sowing and growing the best tomatoes. When to start tomatoes Start tomatoes indoors 4 to 6 weeks before average…Read More