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Seed starting is a fun early season gardening project. It takes up a little space and even less time, but the rewards are huge. There are many reasons why people grow their flowers and vegetable plants from seed: to save money, to grow rare cultivars, and for fun. Overall, though, growing your own seeds from scratch means that you are certain what sort of soil, fertilizer, additives and growing conditions your plants have been subjected to.  #sponsored

Seed Starting 101

Seed starting is a fun early season gardening project. It takes up a little space and even less time, but the rewards are huge. There are many reasons why people grow their flowers and vegetable plants from seed: to save money, to grow rare cultivars, and for fun. Overall, though, growing your own seeds from scratch means that you are certain what sort of soil, fertilizer, additives and growing conditions your plants have been subjected to. #sponsored

Fall Garden Veggies... nice visual reminder of what grows well into fall harvests or under hoops

10 Simple Gardening Ideas

Fall Garden Veggies... nice visual reminder of what grows well into fall harvests or under hoops

Exploring and discussing how to sow seeds according to old Scottish folkloric customs with folk chairs and runes.

Exploring and discussing how to sow seeds according to old Scottish folkloric customs with folk chairs and runes.

Follow all these tips to make growing healthy and fruitful tomato plants  easy.    1. Plant your tomato plant in a place with 10 hours of direct sunlight.  2. Have enough space between plants for air flow.  3. Soak the base of your tomato plants once a week or more during those hot  summer

10 Tomato Growing Tips

Follow all these tips to make growing healthy and fruitful tomato plants easy. 1. Plant your tomato plant in a place with 10 hours of direct sunlight. 2. Have enough space between plants for air flow. 3. Soak the base of your tomato plants once a week or more during those hot summer

Organic Gardening: Coffee Grounds + Egg Shells = No Blossom Rot Just sprinkle into the soil when you plant your seeds

Used coffee grounds + crushed dry egg shells = no blossom end rot

Organic Gardening: Coffee Grounds + Egg Shells = No Blossom Rot Just sprinkle into the soil when you plant your seeds

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