I used to think all you had to do to save tomato seeds was to squeeze them onto a plate and let them dry. But after reading “Seed to Seed” by Suzanne Ashworth, I realized there was a little more to it. Learn how to mimic nature and save your…
It’s the end of the season, now what? See how easy it is to get ready to plant again.
Fall planning is here! It’s time to start your fall transplants to get a jump on the growing season. If you’ve never started your own transplants before, check out our short how-to video and how-to article to get you on your way.
There is nothing more disappointing in the garden than to finally pick that giant watermelon, only to slice into it and discover it’s not ripe yet! Check out this 3 minute video that will show you how to know when those watermelons and cantaloupes you grew are ready to be picked.
Learn how easy it is to make sourdough bread, yogurt and sauerkraut for yourself in this 5 part video series.
After hearing about a new, local company that had created a soil amendment made from microalgae that claimed it could improve your soil’s health, I couldn’t wait to try it myself.
Usually only held in Austin, Dallas and Houston, we were excited to help welcome and promote this free, organic gardening workshop. We were thrilled at all our “ah-ha” moments during the presentations.
The weather is still a bit nippy, but the garden is in great health nonetheless! Seeds are sprouting inside and out in the cold, broccoli, strawberries, carrots, onions, cabbage, cauliflower, and lettuce are budding and filling the space with lovely green.
Gardening the way God intended – letting nature nurture your plants without chemicals.
Microgreens are tiny plants, between sprouts and baby greens. They are easy and fast to grow, do not need a lot of space, and are very nutritious.
Here are more garden pictures to track our progress. Wow, do you see all those tomatoes?!? Our little garden has produced 500 pounds in 3 weeks!
It’s a jungle out there! The garden is growing rapidly and our labor is really beginning to bear fruit…and veggies ;)