The Garden Crusader Awards were created by Gardener's Supply in 2001 to honor individuals who are improving the world through gardening. These enthusiastic men and women are planting trees and flowers, growing food, creating new green spaces, and teaching their friends and neighbors… Continue
Added by Cornelia on April 7, 2009 at 10:35am —
On Sunday, I realized that it was time to start my seeds indoors for the growing season. the last couple of years I have been sorely lacking in keeping on top of my plants. no actually just very busy and lazy about maintaining my plants in my backyard. Since I live in the city my backyard over the last couple of years has undergone major changes. first was the building of a two car garage, of which I was sorry two see two Colorado blue spruces go and a very old crab tree. The crab tree was… Continue
Added by Beth McClure on April 2, 2009 at 11:36am —
Frank and Riley worked on a real door for the greenhouse. They hung it a little while ago and then came in to watch the rest of the golf tournament.
Yesterday, the kids had helped me fill 200 peat pots with the "tobacco/vegetable soil" that we got from the supply store. Today, I spent a couple of hours putting seeds into the pots, labeling them (until I ran out of "popsicle" sticks!), and organizing stuff around the greenhouse. Nadia… Continue
Added by thewhatleys on March 29, 2009 at 6:30pm —
I started cool weather crops (Broccoli, Cauliflower, Spinach and 3 types of Lettuce) on Monday, and I've already got inch tall seedlings! For whatever reason, I've yet to see any cauliflower? Perhaps the seeds are too aged (they've been in the fridge for two seasons...) Last night, I started Cherry Tomato, German Chamomile, Red Hot Poker, Foxglove, Country Romance Hollyhocks and Yellow Hollyhocks!
My dad called me this afternoon, apparently he found someone selling bulk seed on Ebay… Continue
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Added by Alan Mart on March 12, 2009 at 4:07pm —