Plant of the Week

Gold Raspberry

Rubus idaeus.  If you’re a berry-lover, you will want this extraordinary berry. Imagine delicious all-gold berriesgrowing-fall-gold-raspberries picked fresh right off your bush; not just once a season, but continuously! ‘Fall Gold’ is just as sweet as its red cousin, but with an exotic ‘gold flavor’; it’s the perfect balance of sweet and tart in a juicy blend of subtle fruity fragrances. Gold raspberries are a rich source of antioxidants, vitamin C, manganese, and dietary fiber. You’ll want to eat these for both taste and good health! Watters has the size that is ready to plant, and ready to berry this year.

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The Apr/May Issue of Prescott Woman Magazine features Lisa Watters Lain  as its Cover Feature  “Watters Garden Center A Homegrown Business that Promotes Inspirational Gardening Made Easy” Growing up with her three sisters here in Prescott she learned gardening at an early age by watering plants and helping out her Dad, Harold Watters around the nursery. Little did she know that … Continue reading

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First Tomatoes of the Season Planted this Week!

by Ken Lain, the mountain gardener At last, the weather forecast confirms that it’s time to put in our gardens! In fear that a late frost would damage young plants, I have been holding back planting my first crop of summer vegetables.  Glad that the weather is warming because the gardener within has been held back long enough!  With daytime … Continue reading

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