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When it comes to starting their own heirloom seeds, home gardeners seem to be in two distinct...

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It’s that time of year again –the middle of winter, when I usually begin doing some planning for...

Terroir Seeds blogged  

We often get phone calls and emails concerning a customer’s favorite variety of heirloom seed...

Event Anouncement Objectives Today, 16 January 2012, is a US natioanl holiday, the Martin...

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Science and technology. Though I have been accused my entire life of being a “Mother Earth”...

Roger Doiron blogged  

It's that time of year again when magical garden dreams begin to sprout!

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LovingEwe blogged  

As a resident of Florida, a place where I can grow things all year long...I was reflecting on...

julieta blogged  

It's curious. Why are salad greens and tomatoes irrevocably paired? In most zones, these garden...

johannagreen blogged  

I think we are getting the hang of this winter garden idea. We have already had 2 weeks of hard...

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