Saving seeds from year to year is a good way to spare some money in the gardening budget, become more self-sufficient, and adapt a crop to your unique growing conditions. One of the easiest vegetables to begin with are open-pollinated, heirloom bean seeds
seeds, discovered in a buried pot on Wisconsin's Menemonee Reservation during an archaeological dig. Whilst not all of the seeds produced fruit, amazingly, some grew a once-extinct squash, now named 'gete-okosomin' (or 'really cool old squash).
Super sweet black strawberry seeds = heirloom = rare = wild = exotic
Republished with permission from thehomesteadsurvi. These great tips of how to save gardening space by growing vertically up allows you use less ground space while growing vining plants or vegetables. For those who have plenty of room in the backyard to
How to Grow Microgreens: A Beginner’s 101 Guide Not eating–or growing–microgreens yet? Then you’re missing out on a seriously easy way to increase your nutrient intake. Researchers from the U. Department of Agriculture and the Univ…