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Where Can I Buy Non-GMO Seeds?

When you’re planning your garden, one of the most important things to know is where to buy organic non-GMO seeds. The foundation of your organic garden is in the soil and and the seeds. If you have organic soil and use organic gardening methods but use seeds that have been grown with pesticides, herbicides, and […]

True confessions of a 20-year gardener OR How to Read Seed Packets and Get the Most out of Your Organic Garden

I’ve got two confessions to make.  No, I did not commit some heinous crime.  Nothing too serious actually. Confession #1 Here’ my first dirty little secret:  I never planted radishes in my garden until last year.  Wasn’t crazy about the little buggers.  Too tart. Too radishy tasting. All that started to change a couple of […]

How to Grow More Food in Your Organic Garden with Succession Plantings

One of the most frustrating things when I had my own full garden for the first time 20 years ago was learning how much of everything to plant and when to plant it. Boy did I make some mistakes! I didn’t understand the big picture of how my planting schedule needed to intertwine with the […]

Don’t Buy Everything You See in the Garden Catalog

In the last post in this series of Timeless Gardening Tips, we talked about not planting too much or too little in your organic garden. In other words: Keep it manageable. Today let’s talk specifics: ordering things out of catalogues and buying from nurseries. I don’t know about you, but I start salivating when the […]

How to Save Heirloom Seeds from Your Organic Garden

Take a moment… to appreciate all the hard work you put into your garden this year. What was your biggest success? What was your biggest lesson learned? Hopefully, you’re enjoying the “fruits and vegetables” of your labors. There’s a lot to be done this time of year. With all the tomatoes and peppers, cantaloupe, corn, […]