Ever thought of growing your grains in your garden? Worried you don’t have enough room? I grow small amounts of grain in my raised beds or plots dedicated to herbs. So, if you ever had the itch to grow your grains, I will show you how. In the past, I have grown amaranth, buckwheat, sorghum, […]
If Tina Turner was a gardener, she would sing, “what’s light got to do with it?” Everything, my sunflowers. If you want to grow successful indoor vegetable and flower seedling, proper lighting is the key. Since this is the time to sow seeds indoors, let’s shed some illumination on proper lighting to grow seeds indoors.
What happens if you want to grow your seeds indoors but just don’t have the space? Consider winter seed sowing. I am a huge advocate of growing seeds indoors but realized that not everyone has the room or the budget to buy grow lights. So, this year I took a crack at winter seed […]
Ever wonder what it is like to grow over 200 seedlings a year? I am small potatoes compared to other herb/vegetable farmers. So, I thought I would give you an inside glimpse of my seedlings growing inside. You can grow seeds indoors too! Watch the video below:
. Are you frustrated sowing seeds indoors? Maybe your seeds didn’t germinate. Or perhaps your new seedlings died before or after you planted in the garden? Here 12 way to successfully sow seeds indoors. Let’s turn that upside down frown into a smile.
Does your cilantro go to seed too quickly? Papalo, which is a warm weather alternative to cilantro, may be the answer to your woes. So, here is the dirt on this plant. Let me know if this plant is going to be your new best friend or just another seed package you won’t buy.
Holiday shopping can be tough if you have to get a gift for a gardener and you don’t have a green thumb. Well, girlfriends, I have you covered with 6 gardener holiday gifts that they will dig. I know since I am “one of them.” We live and breath gardening and bore people to […]
Are you completely frustrated by grown spinach? I am since spinach doesn’t like the heat and our springs are just too short. Since I discovered a spinach alternative, heat loving Egyptian spinach (also known as Jews’ Mallow,) I no longer grow spinach. And I have never looked back.