Library

Five Ways To Use Homegrown Nuts

Posted by Margaret Hoegg on

Five Ways To Use Homegrown Nuts

From nut butter to nut-dye, here are five ways you can enjoy your backyard nut harvest.

Read more →

Worm Composting Q&A with Cathy Nesbitt of Cathy's Crawly Composters

Posted by Margaret Hoegg on

Worm Composting Q&A with Cathy Nesbitt of Cathy's Crawly Composters

Fall is the perfect time to start a worm bin. Start in Fall to have nutrient rich soil ready for spring planting.

We're so thrilled to be able to share this Q&A with Cathy Nesbitt - worm composting expert extraordinaire, educator, and environmentalist - of Cathy's Crawly Composters. 

We hope Cathy's enthusiasm inspires some of you to try worm composting to help the earth, reduce waste, boost your soil health as well as your own.

Read more →

A Garden Tour with Kristen Raney of Shifting Roots

Posted by Margaret Hoegg on

A Garden Tour with Kristen Raney of Shifting Roots

We're so excited to be sharing a series of garden tours from some of our Incredible Seeds community members! 

The next stop on our tour takes us to the Canadian Prairies. Kristin Raney, the inspiring blogger behind Shifting Roots, shares her love of beautifying backyards, small space and square foot gardening, mixing flowers and vegetables, and more. Kristen's garden is proof that you can grow a beautiful, abundant garden in a small space. 

May this little walk through her garden inspire you on your own gardening journey!

Read more →

Replenish your Soil for Fall Gardening

Posted by Margaret Hoegg on

Replenish your Soil for Fall Gardening

If you’re planning a Fall garden in the same space you’ve been growing all Summer (and we hope you are!), before you sow a single seed or plant a seedling, you must replenish your garden soil. 

Read more →

A Garden Tour with Margaret Hoegg

Posted by Hilary & Christopher Mueller on

A Garden Tour with Margaret Hoegg

We are so excited to be sharing a series of garden tours from some of our Incredible Seeds community members! To launch the series, we're sharing a garden tour from our own neighbourhood on the South Shore of Nova Scotia! Margaret Hoegg of Living Locavore shares her passion for gardening, permaculture, edible landscaping, and all of the goodness her garden yields - from fresh, organic food to mental health and wellness. May this little walk through her garden inspire you on your own gardening journey! Gardener:  Margaret Hoegg Garden Location and Zone: Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia, Zone 5 Garden Size: about 1/8 acre  How long...

Read more →