Seed saving can be a huge process and while special care should be taken with certain seeds, overall it’s a very easy process. To get the best quality vegetables for your particular growing climate consider saving some seed with these tips:
Have you ever tried saving your own seeds? We did for the first time this summer with our watermelon. Seed saving kind of seems a little intimidating, to me at least. But it really wasn’t hard at all! If I can do it, so can you!
Seed saving (also known as “brown-bagging”) is an amazing skill to learn. Not only do you save money and control the quality of your plants from year-to-year, it’s a very rewarding step towards self-sufficiency. Imagine this: No dashing to the store to discover all of the “good tomato seeds” have been sold out for the […]
Check out this PDF of my latest article for ACRES USA magazine; The Voice of Eco-Agriculture . This is a great mag for anyone who grows or raises crops or livestock in a natural and sustainable way. Look for my columns in the Eco-Gardener or Health & Healing section.
Growing vegetables from heirloom seeds allows you to save seeds from your own plants to plant your next garden. Then you won’t have to buy seed packets every year! Here are a few tips on how to save heirloom seeds for vegetable gardening
Plant your garden this year with the idea of saving the seeds for next year! Here’s how!