Growing the beauty

Start transforming your garden into something beautiful or fruitful

Whether you are looking to grow your own vegetable or fruit garden, transform a dull space with some handy landscaping, or are trying to maintain a few succulents or flowers indoors simply, we have some great courses for you

Green Mommy - Everything you need to know about gardening

What Courses Do We Offer?

5 garden crops for food storage

In this course, you will learn the 5 crops every gardener should be growing to build your own food storage. Your pantry will soon be bursting with your own homegrown veggies.

Vegetable Gardening

Grow delicious and healthy vegetables in any size garden. Garden design, soil preparation, plant selection, pest and disease control, and harvesting are covered step by step and in detail.

Beginner's Guide to Gardening

This course covers all aspects of building and growing a beautiful, productive raised bed garden. Designed for beginners curious about gardening, this course also has insights that a seasoned gardener would appreciate.

Best Plants for Your Garden Borders

Tricolor Sage

This perennial herb is just gorgeous! It’s an edible as well as an ornamental. The leaves have the same sage flavour that you know and love, but the green leaves on the tricolour sage feature a white edge with pink and purple colouring.

Nasturtiums

On a more practical level, nasturtiums will protect tomatoes from aphids and whiteflies. Plant nasturtiums around the base of fruit trees to help repel insects.

Moss Phlox

Moss phlox is such a low-maintenance plant. It’s drought-tolerant and fills in spaces really nicely, which is why you may hear it referred to as “creeping phlox.”

Gardening Tips

Learn why lemon balm is amazing

Trying to think of a new herb to grow in your garden? Think about growing lemon balm! Lemon balm, according to Ann’s Entitled Life, is one of the most all-around helpful herbs you can grow.

Collect water for your garden the easy way

Live in a location where you have a high water bill? One way to cut down on the costs of gardening is to take advantage of the water that falls from the sky. If you need to water your plants on dry days, why not set up a rain barrel to take advantage of natural precipitation?

Use K-Cups as seed starters

Do you have one of those coffee makers that requires you to use K-Cups? All those K-Cups add up to a lot of trash—unless you make good use of them in your garden.

About us

Dennis Stanton Co-Founder of Green Mommy
Gardening and landscaping can transform your life—by adding green space and becoming immersed in the natural world, and you can alleviate stress, increase relaxation, and be rewarded by lush greenery and food that will create a vibrant sensory experience. Being outdoors increases fitness, and many gardeners feel a wonderful sense of accomplishment after spending hours cultivating a thriving garden.
In short, gardening can make you feel fantastic.

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