Planning Your Vegetable Garden: Seed Starting Schedule

Starting transplants from seeds indoors can be very enjoyable for a gardener, especially after a long winter. I love watching life emerge from the tiny seeds and flourish into healthy seedlings. Starting transplants from seed is also less expensive per plant and offers a greater variety than buying nursery plants. If you have been following Continue Reading »

Grow Celery in Self Watering Planters

Did you know that celery is one of the most pesticide contaminated produce items in the US? The Environmental Working Group classified celery as the fourth worst item tainted with pesticide residue in 2014. In addition, there have been dozens of reports of listeria, E. coli, and salmonella contamination of greens over the years. This Continue Reading »