Have seeds left over from last year? Or maybe many years before that? Seeds lose their viability depending on the quality, and the method of storage. There’s an easy way to test to see if they’re still good. Check out more on how to test old seeds.
This quick and dirty 30 second guide to Peppers should help you answer all those questions quickly, without having to sort through article after article. I’ve always wanted a quick cheat sheet like this, so hopefully you’ll find it useful too!
Have you ever tried to grow broccoli only to be disappointed by small heads, black rotted spots, yellow fruit and leaves, or worse…worms? Eww! Isn’t it so disappointing?! I know, I’ve been there! Just like every garden failure, I learned from the experience, and I have figured out the tricks to growing great broccoli!
Which of your vegetable plants should you start inside before the last frost has come and gone? This post offers a good place to start with suggestions on the seeds that you will want consider planting indoors. (Plus one bonus idea.)
Do you want to boost the health and resilience of your veggie plants? Seaweed can do just that and more! It supplies loads of minerals and micronutrients to your garden soil and it stimulates plant growth. This helps to increase pest resistance and also increases the nutrient density of your crops. The soil microbiology is […]
I hate throwing things out that I KNOW can be used for something else! I also hate when I make a plant marker and after being doused in water the name eventually washes off. What I do love is crafting! So when I had a pile of unusable canning lids sitting around at seed starting […]