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Frustrated by the cost of seed starting supplies? Do you wish you could start seedlings for free, and enjoy a bountiful garden without the cost of peat pots and seed-starting mix? Try these tips to start seedlings for free, year after year!

Start Your Seedlings for Free

Love to garden, but find it frustrating to spend money every spring on seed-starting supplies? Here are some great tips for how to start seedlings for free!

I did this with seeds from dates we ate in Israel Feb. 2008 & have 2 plants about this size. (TBB)

How to Grow a Medjool Date Palm From Seed

Trying to start your seeds indoors this spring? Learn these common seed starting problems AND how to fix them!

Most Common Seed Starting Problems- and How to Fix Them

Trouble shoot your common seed starting problems. Learn about the top seed starting problems and how to fix them for good!

Seed starting for beginners: Everything you need to know to grow!

Everything you need to know to grow!

You don't need a big vineyard to grow grapes, you can do this even on your balcony in a pot. Growing grapes in containers is not very complicated though it requires slight care and maintenance. Check out!

Growing Grapes in Containers

Growing Grapes in Containers . You don't need a big vineyard to grow grapes, you can do this even on your balcony in a pot. Growing grapes in containers is not very complicated though it requires slight care and maintenance. Check out!

Get a jump on your vegetable garden (and save money) by starting your seeds indoors this year--here's how!

Start your seedlings indoors--save time, money and eat your produce sooner! You don't have to wait for the right season to get seeds started indoors. Learn how to do a little gardening DIY.

Raising up a healthy seed and seedling into a productive plant takes some work. Learn these common outdoor seed sowing problems and how to fix them!

Common Outdoor Seed Sowing Problems

Raising up a healthy seed and seedling into a productive plant takes some work. Learn these common outdoor seed sowing problems and how to fix them!

What seedlings can you start in January? This post is focused primary on those who live in Zones 5,6,7.  What Seedlings Can you Start in January  Let’s face it, there really isn’t much that most of us can be starting in January. But with a little creativity (and maybe a cold frame) There are a few garden plants that you can get started in January. Even if you live in zones 5 to 7.

What seedlings can you start in January

What seedlings can you start in January? This post is focused primary on those who live in Zones With a little creativity you can start these plants.

Starting seeds indoors can be tricky. Here are 5 tips to get the best results when starting your seeds indoors to get your garden off to the best start!

5 Tips for Starting Seeds Indoors

Starting seeds indoors can be tricky. Here are 5 tips to get the best results when starting your seeds indoors to get your garden off to the best start! - Garden Tips and Tricks

Thinking of starting a bulb garden? Got a million questions? This is a must-read before you begin!

The Beginner's Guide to Bulb Gardening

10 Plants for Attracting Beneficial Insects to Your Garden www.thehomesteadgarden.com

10 Plants for Attracting Beneficial Insects to Your Garden

The Ultimate Rhubarb Guide - Grow Harvest Cook Preserve: http://anoregoncottage.com/ultimate-rhubarb-guide-grow-harvest-cook-preserve/

The Ultimate Rhubarb Guide: Grow, Harvest, Cook & Preserve

Lots of Rhubarb recipes: The Ultimate Rhubarb Guide - Grow Harvest Cook Preserve at An Oregon Cottage

Most commonly seen in homegrown tomatoes, blossom end rot is a very disappointing condition that affects plant production. Find out how to deal with blossom end rot for gardening at home.

Stop stressing over blossom end rot!

How to deal with blossom end rot. Gardening should be fun! Don't stress over losing homegrown tomatoes anymore. Get the real scoop on BER.

If you grow your own seedlings indoors under lights, or if you purchase transplants from a nursery greenhouse, you will need to acclimate your seedlings before transplanting them into the garden. This adjustment process is called “Hardening Off.”

How to Harden Off Seedlings

If you grow your own seedlings indoors under lights, or if you purchase transplants from a nursery greenhouse, you will need to acclimate your seedlings before transplanting them into the garden. This adjustment process is called “Hardening Off.

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