How to Make Your Own DIY Seed Starting Mix For Garden Seeds

Gardening soil, potting soil, seed starting mix - isn't it all the same stuff? Nope. In this article we'll tell you the difference and share our DIY seed starting recipe.  Many new gardeners don't understand the

How to get ready for late winter and spring gardening

Welcome to 2018! It’s been frightfully cold out lately. In the garden beds we don’t have protected with low tunnels, the ground is frozen solid.

8 Ways To Kill Your Garden Seedlings

You get excited about gardening.¬†You get a few seed packets to start – after all, the varieties in the packets are way more interesting and less expensive than the full grown seedlings for sale in the plant nursery. You bring your seeds home, plop them in soil, and voila! You kill them all… assuming they even germinate in the first place. If this sounds like you, please read on…

Why & How To Use Ladbrooke Soil Blockers For Seed Starting

If you've read our free seed starting ebook or watched our seed starting video classes, then you might have noticed a brief overview of Ladbrooke soil blockers. There are lots of different ways

Video Classes: Complete Guide to Seed Starting For Organic Gardeners

Instead of our usual Tip of the Month, we wanted to help you start 2017 with a bang. So our January Tip of the Month is more than just a tip... it's a

February 2016: Gardening Tip of the Month – Keeping Seedlings Healthy

by Eliza Holcombe Lord, Master Gardener, Master Naturalist, Permaculturist Update: We've recently created three FREE video classes and an ebook that will teach you everything you need to know to grow

January 2016: Gardening Tip of the Month – Seed Starting

by Eliza Holcombe Lord, Master Gardener, Master Naturalist, Permaculturist Update: We've recently created three FREE video classes and an ebook that will teach you everything you need to know to grow

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How, Why and When To Use Cold Frames In Your Garden

Cold Frames: A Useful Resource For Cool and Cold-Weather Gardening Have you ever tried to start seeds indoors and ended up with anemic, gravity challenged sprigs? Bright, direct light is vital to emerging