Considering saving seeds for the first time? This can be a rewarding project, but there are a few pitfalls. Here’s what you need to know.
In recent years, it has come to light that cobalt is indeed an essential micronutrient for at least some plant species, particularly legumes.
We have revised and updated our free online vegetable guide just in time for the coming season. Look for a new section on companion planting.
Whether you are a seasoned green thumb or one of many who gardened for the first time this year, you’ll enjoy our readers’ favorite posts and resources.
Tips for raising vigorous seeds, whether your goal is to preserve a variety or to create a locally adapted strain.
Spring is only a month away, and with spring comes gardening season. Now is a good time to check the germination rates of those seeds you have stashed away in the basement—before you need to plant them! You Will Need Seeds. Paper towel. Large Ziploc bag. Instructions Lightly moisten a square of paper towel. (TakeContinue reading “How to Test Seed Germination Rates”
Christmas is just around the corner! If you are looking for a few ideas to bring a smile to the face of that gardener in the family this year, allow us to make some recommendations. The Family Garden Journal. Our garden journal is a great way for a gardener to celebrate a year of growingContinue reading “10 Gifts for Gardeners”
Most scientists would agree on the perfect conditions for storing seeds. However, most deny that seeds found in Egyptian tombs have ever germinated.
The Dirt-Cheap Green Thumb will show you how to make the most of your dollars, while still enjoying a beautiful and productive garden.
If you enjoy country living, you have an excellent opportunity to make and grow gifts that will touch others. Need some inspiration? Consider these ideas.