Tomatoes – What you Need to Know

Tomatoes – What you Need to Know

With so many tomato varieties and uses in the kitchen, it’s no wonder tomatoes are one of our most popular vegetables! Watters receive a lot of customer requests for additional tips and tricks on sowing and growing the best tomatoes. It is time to start tomatoes...
Top 5 Benefits Of Moderate Walking

Top 5 Benefits Of Moderate Walking

According to the World Health Organization, lack of physical activity is the fourth leading risk factor for global mortality. That means physical activity is necessary to live a longer life. Everybody knows that exercise is healthy. But not all people are capable of...
Lettuce

Lettuce

Lettuce (Lactuca sativa) is a leafy green plant in the daisy family that was originally cultivated from a weed by the Ancient Egyptians. There are hundreds of lettuce cultivars varying in color, leaf shape, texture and growth habit. Lettuces generally come in a...
What is CBD oil used for?

What is CBD oil used for?

There are many issues and maladies that CBD has been known to help alleviate, including: General Inflammation Muscle Aches Arthritis Osteoporosis Migraines Glaucoma Sleep Disorders Damaged Skin Anxiety Depression Cannabidiol reaches far when it comes to pain-relieving...
Your medical cannabis Q & A

Your medical cannabis Q & A

Question: Should Seniors Use Medical Cannabis? Answer: The fastest growing population of marijuana users in America is the elderly. The senior population in Arizona consists of 1/3 of the 150,000 registered medical cannabis patients. Scientists and health...
What is a Water-Gap?

What is a Water-Gap?

While chatting with a beef customer lately, I mentioned we were busy repairing water gaps after the recent 2.5” of rainfall.  He queried “What is a water-gap?” After answering the question, I thought it might be a good topic to address! A water-gap is the portion of...
Great Ladybug Release

Great Ladybug Release

The week between Earth Day and Arbor Day is really something special! April is the peak planting season for local gardens.  To celebrate these important gardening holidays, Sunday, April 28, Watters Garden Center will host it’s annual ‘Great Ladybug...