No Dig Vegetable Garden AKA Lasagna Garden

No Dig, No Till, No Weeding , No Kidding, Mulch Queen Ruth Stout was the first person I read about that used the no dig gardening method.  Stout was born in 1884 and lived to be 96; by the 1950’s, she had written several books including how to have a green thumb without an aching …

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Growing Baby Greens

Try Eating the Leaves of Plants to Improve Your Health. Leafy vegetables are packed with fiber along with vitamins, minerals, and plant-based substances that help protect you from heart disease, diabetes, and perhaps even cancer. They can be used raw in salads or green smoothies as well as wilted in a hot pan of oil.  Different mixtures of …

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Fall Plants

 A fall garden means that you harvest in the fall A fall garden actually means you have to put your fall plants into the garden in the summer. Depending on where you live you may be able to harvest winter vegetables but you want to plant your fall garden around 50 to  60 days before …

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Planting cool weather Vegetables

I am often asked – what am I supposed to plant in the garden at a certain time? I tell them that most vegetables can be divided into two groups the ones that do best in the cooler months of the year and the ones that do best in the warmer months of the year. …

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Supplies and Equipment You Need To Start Seed Indoors

Starting seeds indoors is easy! Here is a short video to describe what you need. Check below the video for a detailed list of the equipment and supplies you will need.   Supplies You Will Need to Start Seeds Indoors *4 bulb florescent shop light alternating  cool white and daylight bulbs or use Grow Light …

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