Archive of ‘Seed Starting’ category

~Introducing the 2014 Vegetable Garden~

| 2014 Vegetable Garden, In the Garden, Seed Starting


With the planting on the onion seeds, Reformation Acres 2014 vegetable gardening season has officially begun. With garden space expanded exponentially this year, I am loaded with seeds that I’ve saved from previous years or have been buying and squirreling away for the upcoming gardening season. Let’s just say I’m an “enthusiastic” seed shopper. There […] Read more…


~Spring Sowing Schedule~

| 2012 vegetable garden, Seed Starting, seedlings


In the absence of a very detailed plan, I fear this summer will find many of my seeds unplanted and my goal of increasing our produce yields unrealized. I already have such a large quantity piling up in my half gallon mason jar of half used packets in the refrigerator, plus others that were never […] Read more…

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~Chit Chat~

| In the Garden, onions, Seed Starting


I was chatting with Gina last night about chitting. I imagine it’s not often that someone can truly claim to have been chit chatting, but we can. But I don’t want you to feel left out, so I’ll chit chat with you too In a nutshell, chitting is starting (or rather pre-starting) your seeds in […] Read more…

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~Furry Soil~

| In the Garden, Seed Starting, seedlings


I recently tried a gardening product from a popular company, Miracle-Gro Organic Choice Bone Meal, and I wanted to share my experience for the benefit of my fellow gardening friends. “Miracle-Gro Organic Choice Bone Meal is an organic phosphorous supplement, ideal for promoting vigorous root and flower growth or correcting a phosphorous deficiency in your garden […] Read more…


Seeking Seedling Advice

| In the Garden, our homestead, Seed Starting

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celery This year we are experimenting with starting some of our vegetable garden seedlings ourselves as I mentioned previously. I have been tenderly nurturing my little seedlings and learning a lot. I thought that I would update our progress, share what worked, and most importantly, solicit advice. I started them in wet paper towels inside […] Read more…


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