Tag Archives: Seed Saving

starting seeds indoors

In many parts of the country there are certain seeds that need to be started ahead of time due to shorter growing seasons. Seeds such as tomatoes, peppers and eggplants must be started inside; they cannot be directly sowed into your garden. Starting seeds indoors is not a complicated process and for the most part Read More…

Seeds Worth Saving

Last week I was able to attend a talk given by Sylvia Davatz also known as the “Radical American Gardener”. Several years go I took a six month long class with her which discussed seeds worth saving and how to go about getting started.   Sylvia is a renowned gardener and seed saver located in Hartland, Read More…

saving cucumber seeds

This summer I grew some amazing heirloom cucumbers and I was interested in saving cucumber seeds. The cucumber seeds were called Athens and they were true to their description. About 9 inches long, this uniformly slender slicer has smooth, deep dark green skin, dense, firm, crisp flesh and a small seed cavity. Very productive over Read More…

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