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Transition

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About this time of year, things start to shift. We’re a month past the solstice – the plants in the kitchen garden are moving into fruit and seed production. The other morning I was harvesting the early potatoes with the … Continue reading

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Seed-Saving Time!

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The tail end of the summer is a good time to think about saving seeds from annual plants. I think many people are afraid to make the attempt because they think it’s complicated and you need to be an expert. … Continue reading

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Germinating Older Seeds

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Whether you save your own or buy them, as a gardener, you’re going to have to deal with older-than-ideal seeds. Some seeds are notoriously hard to germinate anyway, but put a year or two on them and notorious can seem … Continue reading

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