Seed Starting 101

Seed Starting 101

SEED STARTING 101 Instead of writing about it here is a video on how to properly start seeds.  Remember the most important rules: Sunlight Moisture Soil Be patient and don’t worry. The dates to start your seeds will be dependent on your Hardiness Zone.  We are...
Delicious Radishes

Delicious Radishes

Radishes are a hardy, cool-season vegetable that can produce many crops each season due to its rapid days to maturity. Radishes can be planted in both the spring and the fall, but growing should be suspended in the warmer months. They are one of the easiest vegetables...
You say tomato, I say…

You say tomato, I say…

We all love tomatoes, as they are one of the most used vegetables, and loved by all. Personally, I prefer to grow my own tomatoes, because they smell different from the ones typically available at stores. Rich and delicious smell of the homegrown tomato is what makes...
The beauty of rosemary

The beauty of rosemary

How to plant rosemary? Set out rosemary in spring, planting seedlings 2 to 3 feet apart; you can also plant in fall in zone 8 and south. Plants are slow growing at first, but pick up speed in their second year. While rosemary tolerates partial shade, it prefers full...
It’s a big dill!

It’s a big dill!

To achieve the desired results when growing dill, you need to take into account the characteristics of this plant: Dill loves long light day and sunlight; Prefers humidified earth; It’s fairly stable to frosts Grows poorly on bad soil Because of the high content...