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2018: A Year In Review

2018: A Year In Review

Back to Marissa's Blog Previous Blog Article 2018: A Year In Review By Marissa It’s the end of the year (can you believe it?), and we’re looking back at the content we shared with you as well as some fun times we had! We introduced several new things in the store...

Delish Dishes from the Backyard

Delish Dishes from the Backyard

Back to Marissa's Blog Previous Blog Article Delish Dishes from the Backyard By Marissa Your fall crops are probably well underway by now, and I wanted to talk about some delicious dishes that you can make from the things that you are growing right now. You...

Landscaping with Edibles – The Fall Edition

Landscaping with Edibles – The Fall Edition

Back to Marissa's Blog Previous Blog Article Landscaping with Edibles – The Fall Edition By Marissa There are so many choices when it comes to landscaping your home to add curb appeal. But have you ever considered that your landscaping could actually help...

Preparing for Your Florida Fall Garden

Preparing for Your Florida Fall Garden

Back to Marissa's Blog Previous Blog Article Preparing for Your Florida Fall Garden By Marissa Florida, as you might imagine, is a mecca for gardening. We have amazing weather for all kinds of plants – and pests too. Most of Tampa Bay falls in the 9a, 9b,...

Great Summer Drinks with Fresh Garden Herbs

Great Summer Drinks with Fresh Garden Herbs

Back to Marissa's Blog Previous Blog Article Great Summer Drinks with Fresh Garden Herbs By Marissa Summer is winding down, and it’s scorching hot and sticky humid outside. It’s time to get serious about relaxing and chilling with friends and have a cookout while...

About Marissa – Writer for Shell’s Feed & Garden Supply Blog

I’m an over-educated, passionate, gardening and pet enthusiast, and I have found the perfect job! My writing is based on my studies in Biology and Health, and my experiences from gardening with my family as a child. 

The great thing about gardening is that it is a life-long learning process. The many blunders and successes of my own gardening projects over the years have been invaluable to me.  The late, great, J.C. Raulston once said, “If you’re not killing plants, you’re not stretching yourself as a gardener.” Learn by doing, gain knowledge from the failures, but more importantly, relish the successes, (because they’re delicious!)  Thanks for reading!

Special thank you to Abby’s Farms, where the photo (above) was taken. Shell’s Feed & Garden Supply sponsors the chickens and chicken coops there. Visit their website here.

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