The other day, I was out in my vegetable garden, observing the different plants that are growing, when I noticed that there was a marked difference in the appearance of some of my summer squashes and melons. Most of them were growing well – they had well-developed stems, leaves, flowers, and fruit, but a few… Continue reading Transplants, Direct Seeds, Volunteers – And The MVP of the Garden Is?
It’s late January, which means it’s potting up time out at My Happy Homestead. Every day, I spend about an hour potting up different varieties of seedlings that I’ve started, indoors, at the beginning of the month. In my last post, I shared three tips on seed starting that the gurus might not have told… Continue reading Simple Potting Up Techniques