Microgreens update

microgreens

As you’ve probably heard me say a few times, I’ve been growing microgreens for the first time this winter. It is so much fun and a great way to eat healthy greens that I’ve grown myself when I can’t garden outdoors. I wanted to give you an update so you could hear what I’ve learned since the last time I […]

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A new twist on planting onions

I just learned something intriguing about planting onions and wanted to share it with you. As you know, you can grow onions from seeds, sets (those bulbs you find in garden centers) and from plant starts. For years, I used onion sets but had mediocre results with them as far as the size of the bulbs I harvested and overall […]

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Growing microgreens update

microgreens

On Dec. 9, I wrote a blog post about growing microgreens. It also included a video on how to accomplish this. As a quick recap, microgreens are young seedlings that you harvest once they’ve developed their first true leaves. Since I live in a Northern climate where the growing salad greens like lettuce year-round is virtually impossible, growing microgreens seemed […]

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