Tag Archive: planting

Seed Savers Exchange Showcase: Container Gardening!

Container Gardening

Are you an apartment dweller with a green thumb? Or a novice who's daunted by the thought of a full-blown garden? Well, don’t fear because we’re here with a list of lovely varieties that thrive in ... Read More »

Exploring the Diversity Garden

The Diversity Garden in July, 2013.

The onset of spring has us dreaming about the vegetables that will fill our gardens during the summertime. But it is difficult to imagine summer’s bounty when your pepper plants are two inches tall ... Read More »

Two Seasons

Greenhouse Seedlings

In the fast-paced world of the Preservation department, the year is divided into two seasons: field season and getting-ready-for-field season. After a long, cold, snowy winter, we just crossed the ... Read More »

The Garden That Seeds Itself

Grandpa Ott's Morning Glory

Part 1: Springtime "The Story of the Root Children" written by Sibylle Von Olfers was a book I read over and over to my children.  Each spring I am reminded of this tale when my garden is bare, ... Read More »

Tips for growing potatoes

Potato_shipment

Here are a few tips from SSE's gardening crew for a healthy and bountiful harvest. General Advice Potatoes always do best in full sun. They are aggressively rooting plants, and we find that they ... Read More »

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