April 18, 2019

Here it is the 18th of April, still snow in places and wet and cold. The itch to get into the garden and get my fingers dirty is driving me crazy. Getting dirty fingers is one thing but cold, wet, and muddy hands is another. Patience is needed now and must be exercised...

March 5, 2019

Let's look at how viable our stored seeds are. This is the process of testing germination rates.

You can go out and buy new seed every year and probably have a good rate of germination, but if you look on the package, that rate will never be 100%, in fact 90-95% is good...

March 4, 2019

Last time we talked about how seeds are unique from other forms of life and how the begin their germination process. This time let's look at how the seed stores the vital food needed to nurture the embryo that will grow into the plant we desire to have.

Some seeds have...

March 3, 2019

With the regular bombardment of seed catalogs announcing the arrival of spring, comes the question, "What about my seeds from the past that I have been saving?" You might think that they may have expired, they won't sprout, or they may not even be viable. Other questio...

February 3, 2019

It is not very often that the groundhog predicts an early spring, but I am not one to argue with him when he has good news. 

Since Christmas Eve, I have been regularly receiving seed catalogs and I just love getting them in my mailbox. There is nothing quite like dreami...

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