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Getting Started Growing Your Own Vegetable and Herb Seedlings

Seedlings are the baby plants you see at the nurseries, ready to be transplanted into your garden. But you might want to grow your own instead. While there are many benefits of starting your own vegetable and herb plants from seeds, there is one BIG reason why you...

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Cutting Boards for Fresh Food Safety

Food safety practices are important… especially when you start preserving and storing food. You’ve probably heard about sterilizing jars, and cleaning kitchen utensils properly. These are common practices to keep the bad microbes out of our food. But quite often, the...

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3 Tips to Maximize Harvests & Simplify Your Garden Routine

3 Tips to Maximize Harvests & Simplify Your Garden Routine

If you feel like your garden is a little out of control sometimes... Like you’re running around mid-season, winging it, not sure what to plant next and chasing pests and diseases... You are not alone. You know what helps? A good plan! Check out this video! You’ll...

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Mason Bees: 5 reasons you want them in your garden!

Mason Bees: 5 reasons you want them in your garden!

You’ve heard about the bee… but have you heard about the mason bee? There are approximately 20,000 known species of bee on this planet, and 139 of those species are mason bees. If you’ve never heard of them, let me fill you in a bit because these little critters are...

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Holiday Garden Wishlist Staff Picks 2022

Holiday Garden Wishlist Staff Picks 2022

Finding the right holiday gift for a gardener isn’t easy. Gifts that often appear helpful aren’t. And sometimes the ones that seem mundane can be fantastic. It can take years for growers to find gadgets and supplies they love. So how can friends and family find the...

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Growing Basil & Avocados: A Tale of Two Plants

Growing Basil & Avocados: A Tale of Two Plants

Every single plant you decide to grow can make a huge difference in your life. How about $1,000 in groceries per year from just ONE garden pot? It’s all about choosing the right varieties for your strategy and goals… That’s what makes growing food WORTH IT! So just...

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A Breath of Fresh Air

A Breath of Fresh Air

If you are finding yourself concerned about the quality of the air you are breathing, you are not alone.  Between wildfire smoke, viruses, bacteria, allergens and air pollution, your concerns are well founded.  When it comes to air purifiers, we use and endorse the...

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Growing Nutrient-Dense Tomatoes

Growing Nutrient-Dense Tomatoes

Tomatoes are one of the most commonly grown garden items because they don’t require much space, can grow in many different climates and they are relatively quick from planting to harvest.  They also happen to be an incredible source of nutrition. Like many produce...

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You Don’t Need Seeds to Grow Herbs

You Don’t Need Seeds to Grow Herbs

Did you know that you don't need seeds to grow your own herbs at home? All you need is access to healthy plants to take a start from. Whether they are from a friend's garden or the grocery store, it's simple to get started. It doesn't work for all herbs, but it does...

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Superfoods to Grow in Your Garden

Superfoods to Grow in Your Garden

Why spend a fortune on buying organic superfoods from the supermarket if you can grow them yourself? If you are lucky enough to have a garden in your home, make sure you make use of it and grow nutrient-packed crops that will make a healthy and delicious diet!...

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The Benefits of Fermentation

The Benefits of Fermentation

Fermentation has a rich history that runs hand-in-hand with human history. Fermentation charts the progress of countless societies whose survival depended on bread, one of the oldest fermentations, and of Johnny Appleseed traveling up the Mississippi River spreading...

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[Stage 5] The weirdest spirit gardening secret I know

[Stage 5] The weirdest spirit gardening secret I know

What if I told you that you could have SO much abundance in your garden that you’ll start to RIP OUT plants to make room? I know this may sound out there or far-fetched. But it’s totally possible when you live in the 5th stage of Spirit Gardening… AWE!This one stage...

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