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Alternative Gardning: How to Harvest and Store Seeds

Parsley Harvesting Method: Dry When to Harvest: Let seeds dry on plants. How to Harvest: Shake seeds loose. Storage: Store seeds in a tightly sealed glass container. Keep seeds in a dry and cool place

How to Save Seeds | LittleHouseLiving.com | Learn how to save seeds so you can save money on planting your vegetable garden next year! Learn to save the most commonly used seeds and reap the reward!

How to Save Seeds

How to Save Seeds. Want to save money on seeds next year? Save your veggie seeds! This article tells you how to save the most commonly planted seeds. I allow some lettuce and kohlrabi to go to seed for this. They will be best suited for my garden also.

Seed Saving Tips & Ideas | Great Tips and Tutorials! Including from 'grow real food', this great chart of seed saving tips!

Seed Saving Tips and Ideas

Seed Saving Tips - Grow REAL Food - Organic, Non-GMO Food in Your Backyard / be sure to start with non GMO seeds/plants/or when regrowing from vegetable waste (like a celery stump).

Bag gardening couldn’t be easier! Simply set out purchased bags of topsoil, cut them open, and plant seeds and seedlings right into the topsoil. The bag garden in this plan will be brimming with more than 20 vegetables and culinary herbs by its third year!

Bag gardening couldn’t be easier. Simply set out purchased bags of topsoil, cut them open, and plant seeds and seedlings right into the topsoil. The bag garden in this plan will be brimming with more than 20 vegetables and culinary herbs by its third year

Gardening on Budget - tips on how to save money and increase yields of homegrown veggies #gardening

Tips and tricks for gardening on a budget - ideas on saving money on seeds, upcycled planters and pots, and growing in small spaces Budget Gardening Tips

Gotta try this: Once you've planted your seeds, close the jug & tape it shut. On each jug, write what you've planted in it & the date you planted the seeds. Now, here's the best part: once you've done this, you keep the mini greenhouses outside & leave them alone. No need to bother with artificial lighting & seed trays inside -- you simply leave the milk jug greenhouses outside where they get natural sunlight & the needed moisture from rain and snow through the opening at the top of the jug

Use empty milk jugs as mini greenhouses! The Green Phone Booth: How Empty Milk Jugs Changed My Garden

10 great seed-starting tips from the nursery manager at Monticello.  I love Monticello!!!

10 Seed-Starting Tips - Fine Gardening Article from nursery manager at Monticello

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