It’s not too late to start a garden. Begin by choosing your favorite crops that will produce through fall.
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Starting seeds indoors gives you a jump start on your spring garden.
Red, ripe homegrown tomatoes are the crown jewel in many a vegetable garden. Let this be the year that you can say the same, with luscious fruit grown in your backyard garden, patio or balcony. Follow our 10-step plan for the best tomatoes ever.
Starting your tomato plants indoors from seed gives you control of the process from seed to harvest.
Peat pots make quick work of starting seeds. The beauty of using peat pots is that transplanting the seeds into the garden can be done in a snap.
In the vegetable’s journey from seed to soil, gardeners nurture vegetables from dry seed to striving seedling. When the ground warms up to 60 or above, it’s time to move the plants outdoors to the garden.