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Walt’s Organic is opening in its new location on March 1st! Our new address is 2209 West Elmore Street Seattle, WA 98199 [Google Map] (in the Interbay Neighborhood) Please come down for a Grand Reopening Celebration! Join us all weekend long to toast to our permanent...read more
Hello Valued Customer, This is the last week to visit us in our Ballard location. Please come on down and enjoy some great savings. Seeds are 50% off. Everything else is 15% off! We have 4” herb, flower and veggie starts as well as fertilizer and soil amendments. We...read more
Are Arborvitae able to be shaped this time of year. In addition, when is the best time to shape dwarf boxwood. ~Anonymous October 18, 2016, Seattle, WA Firstly, as a graduate of the Master Pruner Seminar Series at Plant Amnesty, I feel obligated to advise against...read more
Sword ferns Polystichum munitum are a native plant here in the Pacific NW. They are extremely hardy with an expansive root system making them indespensible in soil stabilization projects. A usually evergreen fern that integrate nicely into modern and rustic...read more
Biochar is charcoal that is made from renewable carbon-based resources (i.e. biomass) like crops, wood, yard waste, and manure. This biomass is burned at high temperatures in an anerobic environment to create the charcoal. Biochar has proven to be an extremely...read more
Just how does this product work against Garden Symphylans? ~Customer October 18, 2016. "Animal-based amendments include chitin-containing crab shells and shrimp shells that apparently stimulate populations of soil-dwelling fungi that feed on chitin. Because chitin is...read more
Mulching for Winter with Straw – one bale will be great for 100 to 200 square feet plot. Last year we put two bales on our 200 s.f. plot but have stretched one bale over this area. We usually move the bale into an open spot in the planting bed and cut it open. Then loosen the sheaves and tuck it around over-wintering crops. I’m guessing this ends up being around 3-6 inches deep (loose and fluffed up).read more
Recently received an email from a customer that was inquiring about amending the soil for her roses with oyster shell. Here is my reply (looking for other thoughts here): "Yes, Oyster Shell Flour (or crushed oyster shell) adds calcium and helps raise soil pH. ...read more
Question: How many square feet of bed space will a one cubic foot bag of biochar cover? Answer: 10 to 20 square feet would be about...read more
Keep the lady bugs refrigerated until dusk (they are less likely to fly away). Mix the packet of beneficial insect food with 1 pint water (even better if water is non-chlorinated...you can let tap water stand for a while and the chlorine will evaporate out of...read more
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