Tag Archives: Seeds

Locally Grown Heirloom Garlic

In August 2012, I posted about a bumper crop of garlic.  It grew so well that I had full intentions of using some of it for seed.  Unfortunately, that October had heavier rainfall than normal.  Any marginally clear day had … Continue reading

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April To-Do List

Planning Continue ordering seeds & supplies.  Budget or no budget, I really need to hurry up and finish this. Maintenance Clean up the garden and prep it for Spring planting.  This always takes longer than I want it to, so … Continue reading

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Shuffling through the Rotation

I finally got around to finalizing my crop rotations this morning.  I would have much rather spent the time outside, but since it was hailing intermittently, I decided it was time to stop procrastinating. In theory, this would be simple.  … Continue reading

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February Wrap Up

I finally got my tulips planted. I did not order all my seeds, thanks to my pathetic budget, but I did fill out all my order forms and get some of them sent off. I dusted the African violet, but … Continue reading

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Catalogs Galore!

When I was a kid, seed shopping was easy.  We had one seed catalog and that was it.  Now, I have a giant stack of them and it takes forever to go through them all.  This year, however, I got … Continue reading

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So Many Seeds, So Little Space

It is that time of year again: Seed Catalog Time.  Why do I always forget how long this process takes?  Silly me thought that I could finish at least the I Want list by the end of this weekend, freeing … Continue reading

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Free seeds for the taking!  First come, first serve. Sage: Everything I planted did well, both in the pots and in the ground. However, I now have all the sage I will need for quite some time. Bachelor’s Buttons: I … Continue reading

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