Yesterday Mark and I planted about 700 Walla Walla and Spanish Sweet onion plants and another tray of broccoli (32 seedlings). We did some spring cleaning in the hives, which meant we suited up, got the smoker going and swapped out every other super frame with a new one. It’s our way of avoiding using antibiotics and other medications to […]Read more ›
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So, imagine that about a month ago you planted seedlings that have been basking under some cool white lights and growing happily towards spring. You faintly taste broccoli and cabbage every time you water them, which you can do literally if you eat the leaves off any seedlings that you thin. About now your seedlings will get hungry for more […]Read more ›
Why start your own seeds when you can buy plants at a garden center when it’s time to plop them in the ground? Here are three reasons: 1) Because when the weather outside is blustery and spring feels like a long ways away you can play in the dirt and watch things grow and remember that spring cometh… 2) Because […]Read more ›