Blanket Flower Seeds

Winter Sowing Celery and Celeriac in Zone 6b/7

Winter sowing celery is one of the best ways I've found to produce large seedlings. In general, both celery and celeriac seedlings have the tendency to grow painfully slow. Even when started under grow lights indoors, it may take them quite few weeks to finally reach a size large enough for the home garden. It…

Spinach Seeds

Winter Sowing Spinach in Zone 6b/7

Winter Sowing Spinach Winter sowing spinach is awesome! I feel like I've mentioned it a thousand times, but I absolutely love spinach. As someone who doesn't have the healthiest of eating habits, spinach is delightful. From the texture to the inoffensive taste, spinach is a great choice for me and my journey to making better…

Flower Garden Update – Week One – April 2018

I've always wanted to make weekly updates, but I'll admit, I always forget about them and fail to keep up with progress. Now that I'm actively trying to get into a better blogging routine, I'll hopefully be able to maintain a better schedule. Let's see what's going on in the garden this week, shall we?…

Winter Sowing Results Pt 2 – Cut Flower and Vegetable Seedlings

If you've been following my YouTube channel at all, you know that I'm completely obsessed with winter sowing. I mean, seriously, I talk about it all the time. I'm almost finished with winter sowing for the season, and I'm so happy to show you all what some of my bottles of seedlings currently look like.…

Winter Sowing Sweet Peas – It Works!

Okay, if you follow me on YouTube, you're most likely tired of hearing me talk about it - winter sowing. I seriously love this technique so much. In fact, I even put in the effort to make an entire winter sowing series in which I show every winter sowing container being started for this year's…

It’s Time to Plant Lettuce, Technically.

So, technically, today was the day that I had planned to plant my lettuce. In fact, there's a rather large list of leafy green veggies that are cold tolerant and can be planted early in the spring - before the weather really has the chance to warm up too much. However, something tells me I'm…

2017 Winter Sowing Results

Hi Lovelies! It's definitely been awhile. I'll admit, I really hate saying that because it makes me realize just how much I really do neglect the blog. I always keep meaning to finally sit down and write up a post, but it always seems like a million other things that I need to do suddenly…

Let’s Plant Some Sweet Peas (Lathyrus odoratus)and See What Happens!

Hi Lovelies, First and foremost, let's be clear, we're talking ornamental sweet peas (Lathyrus odoratus). NOTĀ edible "sweet" peas,as they are sometimes called by veggie loving gardeners. These, in fact, are toxic. So, don't eat them. Okay? K, thanx. Sweet peas and I have a complicated relationship. I love them, but any time I think I've…

February Week 4 Update – Germination Celebration, lol.

Hi Lovelies, The week 4 update is a little early, but I probably won't have internet access for the next few days - so I wanted to get these posted now! All of the seedlings below have been planted using the winter sowing method in milk jugs. Let me know if you've got any questions,…

An Update on a Sunny Day

Hi Lovelies, Well, today looks like it's going to be one of the last days before the weather turns gross and cold again. It's sunny, it's 60F. For whatever reason, I don't feel like singing songs and wearing shorts yet, though. Anyhow, just wanted to quickly share some captures from the hoophouse and to update…