Happy New Gardening Year !!!
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Looking for activities to do while we all shelter in place?
Try Bird Watching. Right now birds are migrating north, and
returning to their summer homes. Bird watching is fun for kids and
adults. Make it a game, to see who sees the most kinds of birds. Ps. Don't
forget the camera.
The Coronavirus is impacting many, many things in our lives. From
a gardening perspective, you need not panic. But, for the success of
your gardening season, it is very important that you read the posting in
Read our Garden Blog now.
Indoor Seed Starts Begins - March is a huge month for us
gardeners. This month, we get seed starting mixture under our
fingernails. After enduring several months away from our beloved hobby,
how great is that!? Starting seeds indoors to transplant later,
is one of the early joys of gardening. Why let the garden stores have all
the fun, when you can start your own seedlings!? Before you begin, review the
basics of seed starting, and seedling care. As a rule of thumb, most indoor
planting starts should be planted six to eight weeks before the last frost
in your area.
Types of Seeds: The majority of us buy regular garden seeds.
But, there are also Heirloom seeds, Organics seeds, GMO or Non-GMO, and even
Survivor seeds. Should you care? Some of us do, some us don't. Confused!?
Let us remove the confusion for you, so you can select the right seeds
A Garden Encyclopedia We strive to provide the most in-depth how to
grow guide sheets and gardening information. While spring planting is
still quite a ways off for many of us,
learn a few tips and techniques for growing better vegetables, flowers, herbs,
organics, or a favorite heirloom. Our "How to Grow" pages will help you to have the
best garden you can grow.
Gardening Tips for March - Find timely gardening tips each month. Grab a garden tip or
two for March. See March
Looking for an early start to your herb garden? Basil could
be the perfect answer. It responds well to an indoor start, and
transplants well. You can begin to harvest the leaves, slowly at first,
as soon as there are about a dozen leaves on the plant. Sow seeds
indoors today, and you will be cooking with basil before you know it!.
How to Grow Basil.
The Sap is flowing ....! It's Maple syrup time up north. The sweet
sap is now flowing, and it's time to harvest and to savor the sweet juices
of the maple tree. All about Maple Syrup.
On the Light Side:
10 Signs You've Gone over the Garden's Edge- How avid a gardener
Holidays - A reason to celebrate!
National Celery Month
Today's Deep Thought:
"Sow generously, and you will reap
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