Category Archives: seedlings

Mid- April Garden

The snow is finally gone from garden beds and from the paths. There is lots of clean up to be done that wasn’t done last fall. These seedlings are out on the deck hardening off. Hopefully the garden beds will … Continue reading

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First Seedlings

The first sprouts of the year are always a cause of celebration. Swiss chard & arugula, onions and Carmen peppers. It’s great to see the green starting. Last week the garden looked like this. Now there is no snow at … Continue reading

Posted in 2012, Garden, seed starting, seedlings, seeds | 6 Comments


I’ve been a bit negligent in posting about my seedlings.  I’ve slowly been sowing seeds this year, not too eager to get overgrown seedlings as the snow remains on the ground.  Besides the greens started in January, the sowing began … Continue reading

Posted in 2011, asian greens, Garden, greens, kale, leeks, lettuce, onions, peppers, seedlings, tomatoes | 3 Comments

Seed Starting Set Up & First Sprouts

This year I decided I wanted more room for starting seeds. I loved the seed starting light my husband made but there was no room for expansion with it. It also took up a large floor space that is hard … Continue reading

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In the ground this week

This week I’ve been working to get my squash and cucumber seedlings in the ground. I finished digging another whole bed and a half and up to 7 and a half of my 11 beds dug. Only 3 and 1/2 … Continue reading

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