Today: Feb 26 , 2020
Ken Lain, the Mountain Gardener

Ken Lain, the Mountain Gardener

Ken Lain is attracted to sunshine, beauty, happiness, success and health through gardening, and wishes to point the way to others. Throughout the week Ken can be found at Watters Garden Center located at 1815 W. Iron Springs Rd, Prescott, or contacted through his web site at

Here’s To a Successful Tomato Season

It's tomato time!

Is It Dead?

Ken Lain helps us identify which plants survived the winter. Of course, in some cases, it may be just some of the branches that are dead, rather than the entire plant. Here's how to tell what's dead and what's alive:

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Ok, so when do I need to start watering?

Beautiful Iris

They're beautiful and they shout 'Spring! 

Ken Lain talks briefly about perennial Iris and Carnations.

Keys to a successful container garden.

9 Essential Spring Landscape Tasks

A little investment in time now will reap huge benefits later! Ken explains.

Attract Birds to Eliminate Garden Pests

Want to get rid of insects from your garden? Ken tells us how to use the natural way.

Fragrances of Christmas

Christmas is here, and with the season comes many opportunities to use your gardening knowledge and expertise. 

Essential Fall Tasks for a Better Landscape

Ready for fall color? Ken gives some great tips and tricks for keeping your garden lovely through the winter, and preparing for spring.

Hot Perennial Colors of Summer

Want to know which perennials and annuals to plant? Read on for super hints from Ken Lain.

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