Tag Archives: Seed

To Seed Or Not To Seed? That Is The Question!

The advantages of seed starting for gardeners far outweigh the costs and time involved in setting up your seed starting operation. You can find new and unusual varieties that are not available on nursery benches in seed catalogs, and start many transplants to set out for a minimal cost. Learn techniques and money saving tips on seed starting flowers and vegetables for a successful gardening year. Continue reading

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Amaranthus- A Super Food for the Backyard Gardener

Amaranthus is an edible and easy to use superfood for the backyard gardener. Learn how to grow and harvest this delicious edible seeds as well as the stems and leaves packed with vitamins. Continue reading

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Heirloom Tomatoes

Picking those juicy tomatoes is just around the corner, and if you are thinking about growing them from seed,¬†you better get planting! Everybody has heard of heirloom veggies and there are entire seed companies that dedicate their offerings to continuing … Continue reading

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