How to get better seedlings. You may be a seed starting expert, but are you practicing all 10 of these tips? Maybe your just starting out. I’ve have had 10 years of experience. Here’s what I’ve learned.
Heirloom Seed Potatoes
Want to grow heirloom potatoes in your garden? This article covers the details of heirloom potatoes, including which are best for mashing, fries and boiling, as well as 3 varieties you could try and where to get them.
Saving Green Bean Seeds
Saving green bean seeds is easy. Here is my method: Select your best plants. Mark the seed growing plants & wait. Pick the mature pods. Make sure they are crunchy. Learn more.
What is Purslane?
Purslane is probably in your garden right now. It’s a great tasting wild green that most people think is a weed. It makes a nice addition to any salad. Plus it’s good for you. Go pick it!
Fermenting Tomato Seeds
Seed saving experts maintain that you should ferment tomato seeds before saving them. Do you really have to? I tested it to see if fermenting works better than the paper towel method.
Book Review: Jere Gettle’s The Heirloom Life Gardener
Many gardeners don’t understand the true value of heirloom seeds. Jere Gettle’s The Heirloom Life Gardener shows us how to grow amazing fruits & vegetables. READ BOOK REVIEW >>