The Farmer John’s Blog

How to Attract Hummingbirds to Your Yard

Weather is warmer, flowers are blooming and hummingbirds are in Michigan! The most common hummingbirds in Michigan are the Ruby-Throated and Rufous Hummingbird. Today we will be talking about how to attract these gorgeous birds to your garden.  Know when hummingbirds...

Venus Fly Traps 101

Venus Fly Traps are the most popular carnivorous plant out there. Its spiky “teeth” shape has them looking like they’re from the planet Venus! These alien-looking plants are native to North and South Carolina. They are not as hard to manage as you may think. As long...

Succulent Care

Succulents and Cactus Indoors 1. Make sure your succulents and cactus are getting enough light, at least 6 hours of sunlight/day. If your plants are in direct sunlight you may need to place a sheer curtain in between the window and your tender plants.  2. Rotate them...
Bonsai 101

Bonsai 101

The Beginner’s Guide to Bonsai Trees Bonsai Trees are small plants crafted to mimic miniature trees. Bonsais are perfect for those who love trees, but may not have the big space for them! There are many different styles of bonsai trees with different care methods....

5 Lucky Houseplants for the New Year

5 Lucky Houseplants for the New Year

2022 is here and Farmer John’s is ready to start the year right. Having an indoor jungle comes with so many benefits. Plants can purify the air, boost your mood, and relieve stress. According to traditional Feng Shui principles, plants can also improve energy, bring...

Assorted Ivy

Assorted Ivy

Assorted Ivy Care & Maintenance Light Level: When indoors, it's good to give your ivy bright, indirect light. With too much shade, the plant can grow leggy, and too much direct light can scorch its leaves. Humidity is generally good for ivy, and moderate...

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