Paydirt is a unique blend of chicken manure, redwood sawdust, peat moss, and mushroom compost. This product adds organic matter to the soil, helps loosen hard soils, improves water and root penetration, and enhances the bacterial action in the soil. Mix into the soil prior to planting flowers, vegetables, and shrubs, or use as a top cover for newly seeded lawns.
This fabulous blend of sphagnum peat moss, composted hen manure, shellfish, perlite, and bark are just what you need for happy plants. The compost helps plants retain moisture, which is especially important for container gardening as it heats up outside.
Join Mark Burnett for a seminar on the ‘spring into summer’ vegetable garden.
As our designated ‘veggieman’, Mark always delivers a plethora of great gardening
information and acts as a wonderful resource when answering all kinds of vegetable
garden questions. If you’re planting a garden this spring, you won’t want to miss this!
Come taste and learn! This is a great opportunity to try a sampling of some of the many citrus varieties at Van Winden’s while enjoying an array of citrus inspired treats. Our friends from Generation Growers will be here to guide you and answer any questions you may have.
This is a great opportunity to select your citrus!
By popular demand, we've added a second Fruit Tree Pruning Class! This class covers the basic winter care of fruit trees - Selecting, Pruning, Spraying, and Maintenance. Led by local celebrity and master gardener, Gary Sampson, we will be demystifying the pruning process in order to set you up for a high-yield year of fruit!After the class, we will give a hands-on demonstration at Van Winden’s Growing Grounds on Big Ranch Road (weather permitting)
$10 class fee. Space is limited - prepayment is required to ensure admission.