Wednesday, April 27, 2016

5 Blog Posts from my Archives Every Gardener Should Read



For many of you gardening season has already begun.  In Michigan we are still a little ways away from planting our garden. The gardening bug has hit me though and I've planted my spring garden in my mother's old wash tub. The rest will have to wait till Memorial Weekend when we are usually in the clear of a frost like we had last night.  

If you are planting your garden soon or have already planted here are five blog posts from my archives that will help you this season.  

1.  How to Plant Small Seeds

How to Plant Small Seeds


A neat little trick to planting those small seeds that will have you looking like a pro!



2.  How to Make and Plant a Bean Tepee


How to Make and Plant a Bean Teepee

We just couldn't grow a garden without beans.   Here is the way we make our bean tepees for the climbers. 


3.  8 Ideas to Get Kids Interested in Gardening


8 Ideas to Get Kids Interested in Gardening
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Have kids and want them to enjoy gardening as much as you do?   Here are 8 Ideas to get kids interested in gardening.  


4.  How I Save My Heirloom Green Bean Seed


How I Save My Heirloom Green Bean Seed-Vickie's Kitchen and Garden

We love to save as many of our heirloom beans seed to plant in the next garden as we can.  You can find out how easy it is to save them here.


5.  The Garden Tally


Husband plowing up the garden Vickie's Kitchen and Garden

Gardening is a lot of fun and also lot of work!  It's all worth it in the end when you figure out how much you've harvested!  Here is our garden tally from last year.  It was a great year!

Have a great year in the garden!  


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