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Order Carrot Seeds!

Order Carrot Seeds!

| June 29, 2015 | Reply

Order Carrot Seeds! For fall or spring harvest, depending on your zone. Or, order the seeds from Kaye’s rainbow carrot harvest, by clicking the button! I receive a small commission for promoting products I’ve used and believe in. Your support of these products helps me to continue to produce “Late Bloomer” episodes to inspire people to […]

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Order Blue Lake Heirloom Bean Seeds

Order Blue Lake Heirloom Bean Seeds

| April 18, 2015 | Reply

Blue Lake 274 Heirloom Organic Beans 58 days. The snap bean (or green bean) is eaten pod and all. Blue Lake 274 produces a very large crop of round,6″ pods all at once, on 16″-18″ tall, bushy plants; beans are stringless when picked young. Excellent flavor, one of the best for freezing. Also a good […]

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Time to Sow Sweet Peas & Carrots! Order Seed

Time to Sow Sweet Peas & Carrots! Order Seed

| March 21, 2015 | 1 Reply

It’s time to sow Sweet Peas & Carrots! To order seed, click links and photos. If your ground is just starting to thaw (soil temps above 40° F), you want to be thinking about planting two garden favorites, peas and carrots. In the three winters that I have been growing food, I have had great luck […]

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Purchase Easy Seed Sprouter & Seeds!

Purchase Easy Seed Sprouter & Seeds!

| March 3, 2015 | Reply

Have fresh greens in winter with Easy Seed Sprouting! Are you aching to get in your garden, but the weather won’t let you? One way to have nutrition at your fingertips all year long is to sprout! I admit, I was intimidated by the idea of sprouting (well, I’m a late bloomer and lots of things […]

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Make the Most of the Rain Event, Plant!

Make the Most of the Rain Event, Plant!

| December 2, 2014 | 4 Replies

Make the most of the rain event, plant! I’d been rather ashamed that I hadn’t planted anything for a fall/winter garden. The wonderful garlic I harvested in June still sat in my kitchen, and, many packets of seeds waited, neatly filed in a box. I had made all manner of excuses, but the long and short of […]

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Sprouting Seeds Simply

Sprouting Seeds Simply

| June 26, 2014 | 2 Replies

Sprouting seeds simply was the only way I knew I’d ever get into sprouting seeds. I walked into my local nursery last week for garden amendments and spotted a new display near the rack of Botanical Interests seeds. They have just added a Seed Sprouter to their product line. I stopped to look, and might have […]

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When You Know You’re Hooked (On Gardening)

When You Know You’re Hooked (On Gardening)

| April 15, 2014 | 12 Replies

When you know you’re hooked on gardening is something I’ve been wondering a lot about in my third year of this glorious endeavor. Am I hooked? Could I walk away from it? Quit it cold turkey? Am I addicted? Yesterday, I got my answer. An actor had brought a bag of grapefruit and tangerines from his trees […]

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Going Gaga over Tomatoes!

Going Gaga over Tomatoes!

| March 17, 2014 | 8 Replies

Going gaga over tomatoes is what happened to me in December when I found myself on Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds. I ordered eleven varieties of seeds, one in every color and shape. And then, garden friends sent me a few seeds from four more varieties. Other than direct-seeding a handful of Yellow Pear tomatoes last […]

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Fall Sprouts – Part 1

Fall Sprouts – Part 1

| November 28, 2012 | 11 Replies

There’s nothing I get a bigger kick out of than watching a sprout push out of the earth from a seed I have planted. These seedlings come from seeds I planted within a week of one another. In Southern California, gardeners do not get a break! We can, and must, if you are obsessed as […]

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My Pot Station

My Pot Station

| September 25, 2012 | 11 Replies

My pot station is where I kept all my pots of herbs and lettuce the first year of gardening. This is how my front porch, aka my “pot station,” looked on August 4th, 2012. By yesterday, there wasn’t much left of all this. So, I dumped most of it and started over. Here’s what it […]

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