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Seed Catalogs!

Dec 8, '202 comments

That wonderful time of year is coming where we all dive into our seed catalogs, dreaming of the following year’s garden. For new gardeners, seed catalogs can be overwhelming and exciting, and for seasoned gardeners and farmers, they are an important tool for planning the coming year. Seed catalogs have...

Can I save seeds for next year?

Aug 26, '201 comment

  Can I save my seeds for next year? The short answer is “Of course!” but there are a few key things to keep in mind if you plan on saving seeds for the following year. To start, when you are buying seed make sure that everything you buy is...

How to Plant Grass Seed

Jun 10, '201 comment

Basic Information about Grass and Seeds Earlier this spring, I tossed handfuls of leftover grass seed on the bare patches of my suburban lawn and expected to wait a few weeks and have a luxurious lawn that would be the envy of the neighborhood – green, lush, free of weeds....

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6 Popular Crops for Home Gardens

Apr 17, '20

Here are some great crops that thrive in Lancaster’s climate and soil: Spanish Onions – those delicate, sweet, round yellow onions are best planted from onion sets. They need well-drained and composted soil, full sun, and nitrogen fertilizer. The more water the onions retain, the sweeter they are, so a...

New Seed Varieties for a Superior 2017 Garden

Jan 10, '17

Every year brings exciting changes, especially with regards to seeds! We have added 13 new varieties to our lineup and they are sure to not disappoint. Rutgers 250 Tomato. This heirloom variety was developed by Rutgers University to bring back that old-time Jersey Tomato flavor. Fireball F1 Hybrid Radish. Fireball...