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Growing Amazing Cucurbits!

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Growing Amazing Cucurbits!

Our guide to growing Zucchinis, Squash. Melons, Pumpkins, Cucumbers & Gourds.

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Caring For & Planting Transplants

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Caring For & Planting Transplants

Come late Spring, indoor growing spaces are brimming with seedlings! We've put together our tips & tricks for transitioning your transplants from “house plants” to resilient members of this year's garden.

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When & How To Direct Seed In Spring

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When & How To Direct Seed In Spring

Spring is here & it’s time to get seeds into soil! In this article we explore the how-tos of direct sowing so you can get the most out of the earliest parts of the growing season.

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Guide to Growing Tomatoes: From Seed To Harvest

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Guide to Growing Tomatoes: From Seed To Harvest

Picture this. . . It's a late Summer afternoon. You can feel the warmth of the sun on your skin, hear the cicadas buzzing, and smell the pungent basil and ripening tomato vines. To help you make this dream a reality this Summer, we've added a NEW library resource that takes a deep dive into growing Tomatoes, Peppers and Eggplant from seed.🍅

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How to Stratify Tree Seeds in Your Fridge

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How to Stratify Tree Seeds in Your Fridge

When the ground freezes in Winter, you may be left wondering what to do with the tree seeds you haven't yet planted. 

Luckily, there's a simple way to replicate nature's cold snap for your tree seeds indoors, through cold stratification in your refrigerator! 

Cold Stratification is a period of cold which a seed must go through to signal that Winter cold has passed, Spring has come and it's time to wake up and grow. 

Here are the basic steps for fridge stratification, a troubleshooting guide to most common issues, and a few tips for successful tree seed storage and germination!

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