Official Flowers of June

June’s birth month flowers are among the most fragrant of all, the rose and the honeysuckle. Learn more about the meaning of these colorful beauties.THE JUNE BIRTH FLOWERSTHE ROSEThere’s a reason that roses have inspired poets and painters for centuries. And if you only know about “grocery store” roses, think again.There are roses for every imaginable taste, from climbing roses […]

What Flowers Grow in the Month of May?

There are numerous flowers that bloom throughout the
spring and during the month of May. Choosing which ones to buy and plant can be
a difficult choice. May is a thriving blooming season for most regions, since
it is either the beginning of summer or end of spring.DaffodilAlso referred to narcissus, daffodils are a
popular May flower. Daffodils “are […]

Help Your Garden Survive Summer Heat & Drought

Struggling with a summer drought
is no fun, and keeping your plants quenched and happy can feel like a non-stop
battle. Don’t be a slave to the watering can; here are our tips to help you
deal with drought conditions in your garden, so you can continue to enjoy good
harvests this summer!Prioritize WateringWhen water’s precious it pays to
be […]

May Gardening Tips

Spring’s
temperatures are causing plants and flowers to bloom late this year. We
estimate that plants are at least three weeks behind in growth, as compared to
a typical season.Far
North International has TONS to offer whether it is wire fencing to protect
your vegetables or garden, tools to help with yard work or décor to spice up
the backyard! Here’s
our […]

SUMMER FUN – Simple DIY Craft Ideas

It’s finally July! The best month to experience Summer!
When I think of summer I think of relaxing by the pool, working on my tan and
coming up with fun crafty projects with family and friends!The most important rule to follow is: always make time for
the memories! Time passes, things change but you will always have the […]

Bird Feeder Benefits

Do you ever look out your window and wonder what’s missing? A lush garden? A mailbox that looks like a fish? Or is it the flapping of wings as birds eat from your new feeder? Having bird feeders is one way to create a good flowing ecosystem in your backyard. Feeders attract many types of birds […]

Spring Fever

This week marks the official change from winter into Spring: warmer weather, flowers, sunlight – Spring is in the air! Well, Spring fever is at least. Many places still have wind chills and snow, but the annual laziness is upon us all. Students and teachers waiting for Spring break or being less motivated after getting […]

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