Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
I’ve planted seeds directly in the garden, but never really started seeds indoors. After a humbling discussion with my community garden neighbor “Oh I start all my plants from seed,” he said. “Don’t you?” It was high time I started seeds myself.
Learn how to harden off your plants started from seed before planting them outside -- part 2 of a series.
A comprehensive guide to starting seeds at home for vegetable, market, and CSA gardening. Supplies, technique, & timing.
Learn how to easily start your garden plants indoors from seed (and ensure they survive for the outdoor debut!) -- part 1 of a series.
Starting peppers from seed can be tricky business that requires patience and a warm place. Here's how to get them to cooperate.
Part I of the Garden Planning 101 series offers tips and tools on taking inventory of your seed collection.
Growing your own produce all summer long is easier than you may think. Here are some tips for growing vegetables from seed and making the most of a small space.
Sunflowers are the ultimate garden accessory. Harvesting the seeds is super easy and make great snacks.
No need for a fancy storebought gadget to sprout seeds and beans: just grab a glass jar!
I started my garden by sowing seven dozen seeds (tomatoes, melons, tomatillos, carrots, sour gherkins) in cardboard egg cartons inside my NYC apartment.