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Cloche Sowing Speeds Harvest
Sowing spring greens and root crops under a cloche can give you a head start and earlier harvest.
Peas Please!
Learn about pea planting in the northwest; why we wait until March to sow our little green friends. Peas are a fun crop to grow with your children!
Crop Rotation for Plant Health
Learn why crop rotation is a tried and true friend of the organic gardener.
Got Soggy Soil?
We anxious gardeners must always remember that the soil is the life blood of the garden. Working it when wet will damage structure and do disservice to those burgeoning crops to come. Learn some methods for testing for and speeding up the dryness of your soil.
Spring Cleaning
Take time now to tidy up what was left in the garden over the winter. Reduce slug habitat and get a close look at what your perennial plants are up to.
Mason Bees, Tiny Garden Heroes
Mason bees are our superheroes, pollinating our fruiting trees in cool spring weather when other bees are still slumbering, waiting for warmer days.
Bee Blocks
Slug Discovery
Slug Discovery
Berry Plants
Berry Plants
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