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January here in Central Texas can be cold and full of freezing surprises.  There are plenty of garden chores that you can do to keep yourself in that gardening mood. Disconnect hoses from exterior faucets. If frost precedes an extended period of freezing weather, shut off water to spigots. Drain any water remaining in the…
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I know it is still January and the weather is still probably going to take a cooler turn at some point, but even I am starting to think about seed starting and other indoor gardening activities.  So here is gentle reminder on how to find Thunderhead Potting Soil. The Thunderhead Original is great for all…
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YOU’RE INVITED! Come Celebrate our 20th Anniversary OPEN HOUSE! Saturday – November 21, 2015 9 AM – 5 PM We appreciate YOU and your valuable support through our amazing journey. GEO GROWERS continues to provide the Austin Area with outstanding soil blends! Come join us for coffee, tea, and anniversary cake!  
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It has been awfully quiet here at Geo Growers, so we have decided to take the plunge and provide our loyal customers with a monthly email newsletter so that you can keep up to date on what is going on here at Geo Growers as well as find out what you can be doing to…
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  Don’t you just love fresh flowers at home? Cosmos on the dining room or coffee table, bachelor’s button by the bathroom sink, or sunflowers on the bedroom bureau-but they can wilt after only a day or two. Follow these steps and watch your cut flowers stay stunning for over a week! Harvest the flowers…
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The only thing that likes the warm and wet weather more than your plants is the mosquito.  The bad news is that as long as the rain mingles with the hot temperatures of summer time, the happier the mosquitos are going to be. The good news is that Geo Growers knows that there is more…
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We are excited to assist you in creating your raised bed garden using Geo Growers soil and products.  Hopefully this guide will answer some of your questions about what soils and amendments are best for you. How much soil do I need? There is, of course, great variability here. It depends on the depth of…
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Be A Butterfly Hero

Be a Butterfly Hero! Pollinators, including the Monarch butterfly, are responsible for much of the food we eat. In recent years, butterflies have been losing their habitat to agricultural practices, development, and cropland conversion. But we can help! Join Botanical Interests, our seed packet supplier, in supporting the National Wildlife Federation’s efforts to be a…
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This looked very interesting and after reading up on the system it looks perfect for Central Texas. Not only does it conserve water, maintain itself, and make gardening fun, but it is a project that would work great with Thunderhead Potting Soil.  The Grow Bucket Guide recommends a potting mix that “consists of Canadian Sphagnum peat moss, Perlite,…
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