Susan Vinskofski, from PA, is an avid gardener. Susan is passionate about building soil because she believes that nutrient dense food begins in the soil. Susan blogs about gardening, foraging, real food and natural living.
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Tweet On the left is the disaster that was how I’ve stored my seeds. For years. So, whenever it was time to plant something, or to replant I had to dig through the mess to find what I was looking … Continue reading
Tweet One of the advantages to growing heirloom tomatoes, as opposed to hybrids, is that you may save the seeds and count on them producing true in the next generation. There are a few steps to saving tomato seeds, but … Continue reading
Tweet Here in the northeast region of the US, spring is in the air and gardeners are eager to begin the yearly process of planning their gardens. Truthfully, many of us have been pouring over seed catalogs for months now … Continue reading
TweetI’ve begun to gather supplies I will need to start seeds for my garden. Mike was busy yesterday hanging plant lights while I made little pots from newspaper. I have some plastic starting trays, but not quite enough for the … Continue reading
TweetToasted nuts are so flavorful. I generally use mine on salads to add crunch, but they are great in baked goods as well. I use a heavy, cast iron skillet, preheated on medium. Add a single layer of any kind … Continue reading