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How to get 2.5 lbs of broccoli in 2 oz.

Although it’s weeks away to harvest time and tasting vegetables from your garden, you can reward yourself sooner by growing your very own vitamin enriched sprouts within a few days. Sprouts have more vitamins, nutrients and minerals than any other…

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Pollination Garden Habitats

Plant smarter and support Pollination Garden Habitats for healthier and heftier yields. Plants rely on wind, insects, birds and sometimes people to pollinate them. The need to practice this understanding involves the knowledge of the decline in native pollinators resulting…

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Time to plant this now…

Well it’s March 9th, 2015 and our broccoli that was germinated is now 2 inches in height in their grow cells to be transplanted for an early start in April in our designated garden vessels. Other early spring plants and…

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Heirloom Seeds

Heirloom Seeds and GMOs

This week, we sorted our inventory of cool season crop seeds like broccoli and cabbage to begin their journey of germination. A good quality seed and grow plug should be paired with the right soil and fertility conditions of the …

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New Seedling in Spring

Kick-starting your growing season.

Having an adequate sunny space in a dedicated room for propagation (seed starting) along with the right temperature, growing medium and lights, you can get as much as an 8 – 10 week start on your garden seedlings. This week…

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Planning your vegetable garden for the Spring.

Though it’s the end of January and there’s snow on the ground, should you start to think about planting your vegetable garden? ABSOLUTELY! Here are some tips to help you. Decide what you would like to grow, how much space…

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Welcome to the Ultimate Organic Garden Blog

Welcome… to The Ultimate Organic Garden Blog. Every week, we will share techniques and ideas ranging from soil fertility, seed diversity, crop rotation, companion planting, warm and cold season harvest and much more! Well it’s mid January and here we…

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