As you celebrate Memorial Day weekend, and hopefully spend ample time working in your garden and yard, be sure to also make some time to check out the new and expanded $14.99 and Under section at Horticulture’s official store, GardenersHub.com. … Read Article
I have purchased enough seeds, corms, tubers and bulbs for this year to keep a non-pregnant, in-shape, unemployed woman busy for eons. Is this part of the nesting impulse? I’m certain I need an intervention.
Growing from seed is an economical and rewarding gardening practice. Master Gardener Kathy Cropp and Botanical Interests’ resident horticulturist, Ryan Schmitt, help you navigate the wealth of information on seed packages. It’s really all on the packet! This month’s RadioGarden … Read Article
There are many good seed companies to choose from but the list that my daughter and I developed may help you out even more – click here to view the list. Use their websites to your advantage as you look … Read Article
Master Gardener Kathy Cropp’s guest for this episode is Darcy Cropp. Darcy holds a horticulture degree and runs two businesses, including King & the Cropp Farm in North Carolina. Together they’ll make your seed buying experience easier by explaining the … Read Article
Here are some tips to follow to prevent damping-off, a fungal disease that often attacks young seedlings in containers. Read Article
February is already upon us, and we have some gardening goodness to help you through this sometimes-wicked-weather month. It seems like the first day of spring won’t come soon enough, but we can make use of the few weeks left before the thaw to get seeds started. To help you in that endeavor, we’re hosting a month-long seed giveaway. Read Article
It’s that time of year where everyone is talking seeds. Not to be out done, I’m doing it in unusual places…
During this dark season of the year as we move toward the winter solstice, my “gardening” is more about planning than doing, but it saves my soul all the same. Read Article
Here are some easy ways to clean the seed you collect from flowering plants, fruits and vegetables.
Question: Should I clean the seed I collect from my plants? How? Answer: Yes, you should clean the seed you collect. Cleaning the seed will tell you how much you actually have. To allow additional curing, I usually put off … Read Article