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Planning Your Vegetable Garden: Making a Seed List

Winter is the perfect time to plan your vegetable garden. Start by organizing your seeds so you can take inventory, test older seeds for germination, make a list of seeds to purchase, and place your seed order. Once spring comes there is so much to do. It is helpful to have your seed inventory ready when it is time to plant them.

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How to Test Seeds for Viability

how to test seeds for viability and germination

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The 10 Best Seed Companies for Heirloom and Non-GMO Seeds

Each of these ten socially responsible seed companies have taken the Safe Seed Pledge and are not affiliated with Monsanto or GMOs in any way. Click to find safe places to buy your garden seeds!

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Specific Seed Saving Instructions for Common Vegetables — If you grow your own garden every year and always wondered how to save the seeds, this is your article. If you are a prepper, this article will show you how to collect and store the seeds from common vegetables.

Building a garden cold frame is a great additional to your garden. Cold frames allow you to extend your garden season all the way through the winter!

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How to Cheaply Organize your Seeds

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Planning Your Vegetable Garden: Seed Starting Schedule

Developing a seed-starting schedule ahead of time makes it easy to know which seeds you should be starting each week.

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Determining When to Start Seeds Indoors

This is a guide about determining when to start seeds indoors. Knowing your hardiness zone, frost dates, and the germination time line for your chosen seeds is important to deciding when to start seeds indoors.

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How to Save Bean Seed

How to save your own bean seed because being able to seed save and grow your own food every year without stores is the ultimate preparedness. Plus drying and storage tips.

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