Seeds and transplants in the vegetable garden…when to use them and when not to. If you have a vegetable garden you’ve probably used both seeds and transplants. But there may be some confusion on when to use seeds over transplants and vice versa. So I have written up a little guide to seeds and transplants […]
Getting started with growing food from seed can be intimidating, but I’m here to assure you that you can do it! The first and most important step is gathering all your supplies. So I made this list of must have seed starting supplies to get you started.
We have already started nearly 500 tomato, pepper, and eggplant plants. We are crazy! Growing food is an obsession addiction at our farm. We start our seeds in 128 cell seed starting trays (similar to these). But what if you don’t want to start 50 or 100 tomatoes? What if you only need 6 or […]
Lettuce is one of those foods I will actually start craving. Especially in the hot summer sun, I can’t imagine eating a heavy dinner. A soup and salad, or grilled chicken over salad is absolute perfection. Lettuce is also one of those low maintenance plants I love. As early as your soil allows, simply direct […]
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.
Growing your own vegetables is very rewarding, nothing tastes as amazing as a bowl of totally home grown vegetables. This three part free beginners series to Starting a Vegetable Garden, will get you set up ready to follow along with our Weekly Gardening Series. As always, if you have any questions along the way, please […]