Tag Archives: starting seeds
Gardening Small Goes Mobile!
Late last summer, I wrote about two gardeners with big yields in small spaces. Both were creative—using blueberries as foundation plantings and the driveway as a garden site. Now my friend Penny has stepped up the game with an email … Continue reading
Seeds, Sprouts, Seedlings!
It’s that time of year. Last week, before I put the cold frame out and planted seeds in it, I started some seeds inside. Now, I have containers of dirt sitting by windows, some of them with sprouting seeds. Some … Continue reading
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A Cold Frame Arrives in My Garden
Last weekend after returning from Banshee Reeks, I drove by the house of a fellow plotter against hunger who had purchased the cold frames for the garden at Arlington Central Library. I had been thinking about buying one for my … Continue reading
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