Want a verdant, fruitful spring vegetable garden? It’s time to plant now! Learn how to sow seeds and transplant seedlings. One. Two. Three. Grow!
Do you like to grow your own food? Looking for an easy gardening project that delivers results fast? Ever considered trying your hand at homegrown microgreens?
Even if you live in a snowglobe, you know spring is knocking on the door. It’s time to plan — and plant — your 2013 garden. Want to know the best seeds to buy?
So you’ve started your seeds indoors to get a jump on spring, and like magic they are beginning to grow. Now you’ve got seedlings. The excitement of having grown your own starts for your vegetable garden can turn into panic if it is still too cold to plant them in the garden…
It’s been a while since I updated you about my fall garden plans! The seedlings are still chugging along, despite my cat’s best efforts.
Holy moly, you guys! My seedlings are shooting up before my eyes! In less than a week, there are already babies sprouting up in my seed starting tray, and they’re growing like mad. Check out the progress in just two and a half days…
This time around, instead of buying plants, I decided to start my fall garden from seed!
Since I’ve never grown from seed before, I needed to figure out how to grow everything I planted. In case any of you picked up seeds similar to mine, I thought I’d share what I learned!