Challenge accepted! 14 days from Mojito to established young plant!
Wild peppers get personal when we explore a pepper plant passed down between generations.
Potato Updates: When last we (you) saw the potatoes they were just over the height of the storage container I had them in. Well they continued growing… and growing… and growing… until they were falling over and really leggy. We finally swirled them around each other on top of the container full of… Continue reading Potatoes and Denali Updates + Seeds!
Hello everyone! First, I apologize for not getting a post up last week, we’ve been out of town and things have been a little hectic. One of the places we went to this past week was the 16th Annual Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds Spring Planting Festival! (say that ten times fast) For those who are… Continue reading Baker Creek Spring Planting Festival
Pests and plant disease are always the bane of any gardener’s existence. Trying to control pests and disease in an indoor garden can be particularly challenging, given that it is also your home and the environment you and your family directly live in. Normal chemicals and sprays won’t work for fear of poisoning the air… Continue reading Indoor Pest Control
Potato Update Hey everyone! Sorry this week’s post is a little late, I was gone last week on a trip and that has slowed me down a bit. However, my absence has not slowed down the potatoes I recently planted and posted about… those things have gone nuts! Most of them are now taller than… Continue reading Updates: Potatoes and Denali!
Something I’ve always wondered about indoor gardening is if we could do root vegetables like potatoes, carrots, onions, etc. indoors and it still be worth it. How much produce can one get from a few potato plants? Is the juice worth the squeeze when it comes to root veggies? We’re about to find out… Find… Continue reading Starting Potatoes