Month: January 2021

Peas, Please!

I remember it well even though it was nearly 50 years ago. In school, our teacher had fairly standard lesson plans for the little ones. It was probably first grade when we learned about seed germination. It is still one of those kids’ garden projects that pop up in a child’s early years. A seed …

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Growing an Entire Garden Without Starting Seeds Indoors

As a beginning gardener, the most frequent issue I encountered related directly to seed starting. Online, I watched more experienced growers use elaborate setups and grow lights to produce healthy starts for their garden. With an extremely limited budget, I was forced to improvise. My many, many seed starting failures soon gave way to an …

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