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Seed Starting Update

Here’s a quick update on some of my recent seed starting activities. The parsley I sowed early in February is up and ready to be potted up into individual containers. I find it does best when you transplant while it … Continue reading

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Let the Seed Starting Begin

Once again it’s time to start seeds for the garden. This time of year I start all of my seeds indoors using fluorescent lights setup in our basement. On February 3rd I started seeds for parsley, cilantro and chives. All … Continue reading

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Seed Starting Update

Since it’s getting to be that time of the year, I thought it was time for an update on my recent seed starting activities. In late January I started seeds for lettuce, arugula, kale and mizuna. These all went in … Continue reading

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Another Round of Seed Starting

It is seed starting season around here for sure, and it has been keeping me busy lately. This week on 2/19 I started the spring brassicas in two 72-cell plug flats (broccoli, cabbage, kale and kohlrabi), and they are all … Continue reading

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Seed Starting Update

It’s time for an update on my recent seed starting activities. On 1/31 I started seeds for parsley, fennel, chives and catnip. All those went into 3.5″ plastic pots, one for each variety. Those seeds have now germinated, and are … Continue reading

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