Ask and ye shall receive! The new seed starting set up seems to be working like gangbusters. I already have better germination rates than I did last year (by far) and this is with things with spottier germination (and longer times 'til germination) than what I usually grow. I couldn't be more pleased! Here she… Continue reading Seedlings!
Oh seed starting! You are the first bit of gardening I get to do every year. I love its frugality, seeing the whole process from the very beginning, and being able to grow varieties I know I can't get in local nurseries. When we first moved here my set up was on folding tables with… Continue reading Seed Starting: A New (to me) Approach
Y'all. The Cabin Fever is in full effect. Despite the seedlings that are sprouting and doing their thing in the basement, I'm itching to sow more. Only its too early to so anything more than what I've got going. What's a gal to do? Winter Sowing! Now, I've not tried it before, but there's no… Continue reading Winter Sowing: An Experiment
We moved into this house in late 2014 and the winter or 2015 was the first year I set out my seed starting gear to get things going. Since then, the seed starting set up has only been in the same location in the house once- but even then the set up wasn't the same.… Continue reading Seed Starting 2019
I've never had a tremendous amount of luck with taking cuttings. Its certainly something I want to get better at and need to practice more. I do love that Gardener's World reminds and teaches me how and when to take specific cuttings- its fantastically helpful for a newbie propagator like me. It also reminds me… Continue reading Sedum Cuttings.