This week I was planting tiny seeds of carrots and lettuces and thought I will share with you how I used tweezers to do that. This technique is not going to work for everyone, like everything in life (except of Nutella, of course…), but it might work for you.
There are many ways to protect plants from frost. This are two of my favorite. I like to keep it simple and effective!
If you’re wondering whether you can grow broccoli in the fall garden, here are some tips and tricks for getting started. See a run-down of some fabulous broccoli varieties you might want to try, including some rare heirloom broccoli plants.
Frost in the garden does not necessarily kill your garden. See how plants react to frost.
Did you know fall is the season to plant garlic? It is an excellent time to plant other bulbs – daffodils, crocus bulbs, etc so it’s easy to remember, when you think about it that way, to plant your garlic as well.
Kale is one of the easiest plants to grow. Now is the time to be planting for a fall and winter crop. Kale overwinters in many climates very well.