Leggy Seedlings Almost every YouTube video we watched warned of them and instructed how they could be avoided. We thought we followed the experts instructions…but alas and alack…there they were… What is a leggy seedling you ask? I had to ask too and didn’t really know until weak, long saggy, yellow seedlings appeared in ourContinue reading “A Small But Mighty Wind”
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Green Thumb Sequel: Moving On Up!
It’s like being a new parent. We plant the seeds and watch with baited breath for days and weeks waiting for the first sprout. When the first sprout emerges there is great celebration! When every planter has at least one sprout there is great satisfaction that we have a chance to grow our own freshContinue reading “Green Thumb Sequel: Moving On Up!”
Sprouting A Green Thumb
As a result of limited essential supplies and escalating grocery prices the last year, Beth and I are attempting to be more self sufficient. Starting a garden is one of those attempts. Many of the foods that we purchase and consume bear the organic label. But I’m always skeptical that the foods in the packageContinue reading “Sprouting A Green Thumb”