Harvest and Save Your Own Seeds Turn this year’s garden into next year’s crop of free plants by harvesting your own seeds.… Source & Author: American Seed Alliance Whether it’s a top-performing tomato or a particularly fragrant flower, seed saving is an easy and fun way to share seeds, continue a planting tradition, or […]
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Join the beet renaissance! As the popularity of growing beets increases, root vegetables are experiencing a culinary renaissance. Beets come in a variety of colors, shapes, and textures. All are highly nutritious, including significant amounts of fiber, potassium, folic acid, and vitamin C. Betalains are powerful antioxidants that give red beets their distinctive hue and […]
There’s a reason basil is so popular. It’s delicious! There are many known species of basil, but Ocimum basilicum, also known as Sweet Basil or Genovese Basil, is the most commonly grown. Basils are enjoyed for their rich, spicy flavor which contains a trace of mint, clove, and even licorice, depending on the cultivar. Basil […]
With so many tomato varieties and uses in the kitchen, it’s no wonder tomatoes are one of the most popular vegetables to grow at home! Choosing Tomato Varieties Tomatoes are grouped into types according to growth habit and production. Determinate types grow in a compact, bush form, requiring little or no staking. Fruit is produced […]
Peppers come in a multitude of varieties and, once you get them started, are easy to maintain and grow. While we have some general information on seed starting indoors, we thought it would be helpful to give you additional information on sowing and growing peppers. When to Sow Inside Start peppers indoors 8-10 weeks before the […]
Starting seeds indoors is very rewarding but it does take focus and effort. After you put you time, energy, and love into your seedlings, you want to make sure they flourish outside. A key to ensuring success is “hardening off” your seedlings before you finally transplant to the garden. Hardening off is the process of […]