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Happy #testgardentuesday, here are 4 tips for spring planting!
In today's edition of our How We Made It series we are taking you on a brief tour of a long process: designing our new, Gardener's Best® XL Seed Starting Kit! What product would you like to see next? #howitsmade #productdesign #industrialdesign #propagation #seedstarting #gardeners
Picking out seeds and planning our gardens is so much fun! But have you ever picked up a packet of seeds and been confused at the different terms listed? Here are some common ones you’ll see and what they mean!
Here are 7 useful indoor seed starting supplies that will help your seedlings not only survive - but thrive! Explore grow lights, seedling pots, fertilizer and more. From hobby novice to serious seed starter, we’ll cover options for every gardener! #seedstarting #gardentips #gardening
One of our favorite parts of spring is when the lilacs bloom. Not only are they beautiful and fragrant but easy to grow! If you've been admiring this shrub and want to add one to your home here are some helpful tips on planting and growing Lilacs.
If you've started your own seeds, or purchased transplants from a garden center, you have one final step before they are ready for the garden! Until now those plants have had a sheltered life and need to be acclimated to the great outdoors. Skip this step and you risk sunburn which is a bleached area on the foliage which occurs when your plants weren't ready for intense sun. You also risk chill or freeze damage which often shows up as blackened foliage and droopy stems.
Many herbs are easy to grow from seed. You can start seeds two ways: 1. Start them indoors and transplant them into permanent spots when they're large enough 2. Sow seeds directly into garden beds or containers when the temperatures are warm enough Here we'll focus on the direct-sow method, which works well for growing herbs throughout the season.
If you want to get your vegetable garden off to a fast start, you need to plant your seeds in soil that's warm enough to ensure good germination. For each type of seed — beans, carrots, lettuce — there is a range of temperatures at which that particular type of seed will germinate. #gardentips #gardenadvice #beginnergardener #whentoplant #whentostartgardening #whenisitwarmenoughtoplant #gardening #germination #seedlings #planting