That You Can Make Yourself!
I ran across this project on a blog that I read greylustergirl.com and I thought it was so cute! I just had to contact Lisa, the owner of the blog, to ask if I could share it with you all. Luckily she said yes, so make sure you go check it out.
How to Grow Potatoes in a Bag
Yesterday I planted my "bag potatoes." Yes, potatoes can be grown in bags! In fact it is so much easier to grow potatoes in bags than in the ground. Instead of having to dig them up at the end of the season and risk damaging them with the shovel, you simply dump the bag and pick up the potatoes. It is so easy! Lets go through this method step by step.
This Garden Will Supply Salad Greens For Us
The Whole Summer and Fall - All By Itself
I was strolling through my local nursery when I saw some stacking, four section, three tier stacking pots. My mind immediately started thinking of all the great things I could plant in these pots and the space it would save in my raised garden beds. I could see strawberries, herbs, and salad greens growing from the different sections of the tiers. I was so excited!
Starting a garden is a great idea for several reasons:
And How to Grow Them
How to Make a Coat Hanger Trellis
10 Minutes to Make and Costs $0
My seedling pole beans were growing tall, their little tendrils searching for something to latch onto. I had already staked them, using recycled wood barbecue skewers and pieces of drier sheets, but they were continuing to grow and sprout grasping shoots.
Are Your Seedlings Spindly? Dying?
Here's Why and How to Stop it from Happening
It's so exciting! You make your seedling trays, and you fill them with dirt. It's finally time to plant your spring seeds! You carefully lower them in the soil and cover them and water. Then you wait to see that first little green tip peeking through the earth.
Are They Just for Goats?
Are you throwing away edible parts of the plants that you grow? Leaves and stems. I had lots of questions about this subject.....
Seedlings Up! In Less Than A Week!
And My Forth Organic Food Order
After just planting last weekend, the seedlings are up! The salad greens, brussel sprouts and cauliflower were up first and prolific. Their seeds are so tiny you have can't avoid planting too many. The peas and beans are growing a bit slower, but they are much larger. I am impressed with the germination of these seeds.*
Now that the little sprouts have come out to say hello, the best way to care for them is pretty simple:
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