NORTHERN UTAH, by Rick Stone of Our Stoney Acres Published on Feb 15, 2019 This week’s 5 Minute Friday Gardening Tip is about why you should grow your own seedlings, check out the video below: I’ve been growing my own garden seedlings for about 15 years now. And boy am I glad I started. I think …Read more »
PENNSYLVANIA, by Burpee Gardens Seed tapes make sowing and spacing of seeds a snap.
By FINE GARDENING MAGAZINE in the U.S. Learn how to grow lettuces and greens to make your own salad mix in this web extra from Issue 186 of Fine Gardening. In this video, Assistant Editor Carol Collins take you through how to plant and harvest your salad greens to enjoy your very own, very fresh salad.
NORTHERN UTAH, by Rick Stone of Our Stoney Acres Published on Jan 11, 2019 The first thing you need to sharpen any pruners is a good quality metal file. Choose one that is medium grit and that is either all one piece like mine or one that has a solid wooden handle. Files with cheap plastic handles …Read more »
TEXAS, by Central Texas Gardener Published on Jan 2, 2019 Zach Halfin, garden manager at Thigh High Gardens in San Marcos, demonstrates the tools you need to prune your fruit trees.
ARIZONA by Urban Farmer Curtis Stone Published on Jan 7, 2019 Steadfast Farm workshop: https://theurbanfarmer.co/product/ste… $400 off couples discounts – couplesaz Join my membership site: http://fromthefield.farm/ Online courses: http://theurbanfarmer.co/onlinecourses/ On-farm workshops: http://theurbanfarmer.co/pmg/ Sign Up For My Newsletter: http://theurbanfarmer.co/signup? Buy my book here: http://bit.ly/AllinOnebook Use this discount code for $15 off: newsub DONATE TO THE SHOW!! $5 – http://bit.ly/2hJxHUT $10 – http://bit.ly/2hOFgth $20 – http://bit.ly/2gPJrmM …Read more »
U.K., by GrowVeg Published on Dec 15, 2018 If you love growing your own food, why not take a look at our online Garden Planner which is available from several major websites and seed suppliers: http://www.GrowVeg.com http://gardenplanner.almanac.com http://gardenplanner.motherearthnews.com and many more…
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA, by Kevin Espiritu of Epic Gardening Shiitake mushrooms are my FAVORITE. The flavor is so rich and complex, but they’re often extremely expensive at the grocery store. So I figured I’d grow some of my own and cook them up for you guys! Keep in mind this is a partial grow guide…to grow …Read more »
WASHINGTON STATE (Zone 8b), by Misilla at Learn to Grow, Published on Jan 19, 2019 #gardening #pnw #beans STAY CONNECTED WITH LEARN TO GROW: https://www.facebook.com/learntogrowm… https://instagram.com/learntogrow/ https://plus.google.com/+LearnToGrow1… https://twitter.com/learntogrow2 https://www.pinterest.com/misillad/ Below are affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I earn commission! Your support will assist me on future projects and videos. Thank you! Misilla Health/Nutrition and Skincare: …Read more »
FINE GARDENING MAGAZINE for a N. American audience Published on Jan 18, 2019 Cultivated seeds, removed from nature, are removed from the natural processes they would be undergoing in the passage of the seasons and may require artificial stimuli to overcome dormancy such as scarification of hard-coated seeds or stratification.
U.K. by Diary of a U.K. Gardener Published on Jan 22, 2019 https://www.diaryofaukgardener.com Parsnips can be difficult to germinate but try this tip I’ve been trying for over 20 years, always use fresh seed. Send your questions via https://diaryofaukgardener.com/contact/ Podcasts can now be found on iTunes and Spotify. Full details at https://diaryofaukgardener.com/podcast/ My passion is gardening whether it’s …Read more »
NORTHERN UTAH, by Rick Stone of Our Stoney Acres Published on Jan 18, 2019 Please don’t throw away your seed packets after just one year!! Most seeds will remain viable for 3 to 5 years if stored correctly. Here’s the Link to the seed starting courses: https://onlinegardeningschool.com/p/s… Here’s the article I referenced on storing seeds: https://ourstoneyacres.com/how-long-d… …Read more »