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Hope Springs Eternal: I hope my peas do too

Last year was such a disaster in many ways, not the least of which was the garden. However, even though 1-2″ of snow is forecast, I went out and planted the PEAS, (Green Arrow and Dwarf Gray Sugar) as well as some other cold tolerant things like Pak Choi ‘Green Fortune’, Cherry Belle radish, and 3 kinds of carrots: Nantes, Tonda di Parigi, (little round ones), and a new variety for me, St. 123 more words


Seed: the untold story - a film poster

Latest poster for the lovely Oxford Permaculture Picturehouse – advertising their latest film “Seed: the untold story“.


When to Start Seedlings

Before you can reach harvest time you have to make sure your plants get off to the best start possible. This means kicking off the process before the weather gets warm again. 586 more words

Eco-friendly Gardening


Years ago, I purchased this cast away for less than a dollar.  According to the label, it had been assembled by a heritage foundation.  The contents are now 25 years old.  138 more words


#YA Treats, No Tricks

As we approach the holiday season, there are bound to be numerous giveaways and promotions in time for gift giving and to ease the winter doldrums. 131 more words

6 Tips for Storing Your Saved Seeds

The art of saving seeds for your next growing season was started by our forefathers. However, as time passed by new farming technologies replaced this organic gardening technique. 485 more words

Eco-friendly Gardening

Catching up with the Kids Garden Club

The Clintonville Kids Garden Club has been chugging along. So far we’ve talked a lot about weeding, seeding, and feeding as well as working with what you find at your site, including volunteer plants and the bounty they offer with minimal effort. 183 more words

Kids In The Garden