Tag: gardening

Jan 24

Links of Interest 4

Gardening Jones shares the links she found this week that y'all might like.

It was all over the news this weekend, and likely will continue into the week. We had a mere 8″ of snow, but SaveTheWorld, our youngest, had the luck to be living in Baltimore. You can barely see her car. So whether you’re in the cold of Florida or the snow along the other parts …

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Jan 10

Links of Interest 2

About Microgreens Please excuse the language, but this short video is great. DIY Tomato Buckets Hershey Dumps GMO Sugar Beets On companion planting. 15 Gardening Hacks. This is very long, but holy heck!

Jan 03

Links of Interest

Spring just may be here sooner than you think.

Each Sunday we will provide links to some of the more interesting things we have come across. We hope these will entertain and inform you, perhaps save you some time and money as well. A year of gardening Gonnas from Helen Yoest. This will warm your heart. Some interesting places to go in winter. DIY …

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Dec 07

14 Faster Growing Edibles

You might call it fast food, these veggies are ready to eat sooner then their relatives. Whether your season is short or you just want to make the most if it, here are a few suggestions. Most of the information was found from Johnny’s Select Seeds and reprinted with their permission. They specialize in farm …

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Nov 09

7 Varieties of Cauliflower

varieties of cauliflower

Not all cauliflowers are created equal. There are many varieties of color available, as well as some variants in the shape of the mature head. Notes: -Graffiti seeds are becoming scarce and expensive. -There is also a brown variety of cauliflower, but we could not find anything more than that it is an Italian variety. …

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Oct 05

Quick Growing & Versatile, the Hopi Yellow Bean

hopi yellow bean

With less than 2 months from planting to harvesting, the Hopi yellow bean can be picked small and enjoyed like a green bean. If left for a while longer, the seeds inside will swell and they can be shelled and cooked. Continuing to let it mature, it will increase in protein and can be shelled, …

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