Why Won't My Root Veggies Grow?

Why Won't My Root Veggies Grow?

You’ve put in all the work, planted your root veggies with care and all season you’ve been eyeing their gorgeous leafy green tops and waited with a...
Seed Planting & Spacing Guide (printable)

Seed Planting & Spacing Guide (printable)

← GO BACK TO GROW GUIDES Here is a cheat sheet you can save to reference all of the planting and spacing specs for each of your seeds. Click on the...
38 Edible Flowers To Plant In Your Garden

38 Edible Flowers To Plant In Your Garden

Try growing these 38 edible flowers!  Not only will you help provide nectar for friendly pollinators in your garden, but you'll have fragrant, an...
Thinning your Seedlings

Thinning your Seedlings

For detailed plant spacing info please visit:  https://www.seedsnow.com/pages/grow-guide-table-of-contents   If, like most gardeners, you want to...
Coffee Grounds in the Garden

Coffee Grounds in the Garden

  Most vegetables tend to grow better in soil that falls near a neutral or near-neutral soil pH.  Some of your most favorite vegetables and herb...
Composting DO's and DON'Ts

Composting DO's and DON'Ts

Want to learn how to compost but confused as to what's appropriate to add and what's not?  Avoid adding items from the DON'T list, and start incor...
Pepper Scoville Heat Scale

Pepper Scoville Heat Scale

The Scoville scale is a measurement of the spicy heat of chili peppers.  Here is a heat index for all your hot peppers.
Kill Slugs with Beer 🍺

Kill Slugs with Beer 🍺

One of the simplest ways to get rid of slugs is to pour them a beer. Literally.  Make sure to not waste a yummy and delicious beer on these nast...
Popular Medicinal Herbs for Tea Making ☕

Popular Medicinal Herbs for Tea Making ☕

These 15 herbs will make a wonderful addition to your collection of "tea making supplies"!  Start curing your ailments naturally by growing ...
How to Deal with Pests in the Garden

How to Deal with Pests in the Garden

As in so many areas of life, the best pest control in organic gardening is: Prevention. As much as possible within the space of your garden, rota...
Tomato Companion Planting Guide

Tomato Companion Planting Guide

Some plants, especially herbs, can act as a natural pest or insect repellent. By planting varieties that grow well together you'll enrich t...
How to Plant a Vertical Tower Garden

How to Plant a Vertical Tower Garden

🌱 See 80 Plants You Can Grow with Vertical Towers and Hydroponic Garden System If you're short of growing space, or perhaps live in an apartment or...
Seed Germination Tips & Tricks

Seed Germination Tips & Tricks

January & February is when many gardeners begin to think about what they want to grow and start ordering their seeds. Click here to see which ...
How to Plant, Grow, Harvest, and Store Organic Garlic

How to Plant, Grow, Harvest, and Store Organic Garlic

 Pictured: Silver Rose, Organic Garlic How to Plant Garlic Garlic can be planted in the spring as soon as the ground can be worked, but fall pl...
Quick-to-Mature Fall & Winter Garden Crops (60 days or less!)

Quick-to-Mature Fall & Winter Garden Crops (60 days or less!)

Curious as to what you should be planting before your first fall frost gets here? Take a look at these 9 cool-season veggies that you can start now...
Which Seeds Can I Plant for a Fall and Winter Garden?

Which Seeds Can I Plant for a Fall and Winter Garden?

Having a thriving vegetable garden doesn't have to end when summer does. With a little bit of planning, and preparation you can grow vegetables ...
What is a Cover Crop?

What is a Cover Crop?

Cover crops should be planted around late September or early October so they have a chance to get established before the weather becomes very cold...
A Complete Guide to Growing the Best Potatoes in Your Garden 🥔 www.SeedsNow.com

A Complete Guide to Growing the Best Potatoes in Your Garden 🥔 www.SeedsNow.com

Preparing your seed potatoes:  When your potatoes arrive, make sure if they have already begun to sprout that you leaves these sprouts on.  Break...
How to Save Your Tomato Seeds

How to Save Your Tomato Seeds

Saving tomato seeds is a popular tradition amongst most gardeners. They take their most prolific plants, and favorite varieties and pay special attention to harvesting seed for the following year. There are several ways that you can save your heirloom tomato seeds, but here are two of the most popular techniques.  

PLANTING CALENDAR - Know when it's the best time to plant!

PLANTING CALENDAR - Know when it's the best time to plant!

Growing food at home is one of the most rewarding things you can do for yourself and your family right now. Maybe you feel like the current growing...
Collection of Tips & Tricks for the Garden ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Gardening Tips & Tricks ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

SPRING & SUMMER GARDENING TIPS & TRICKS: Herbs & Veggies to Plant NOW for a Summer Garden - View Heat Loving Veggies & Herbs You Ca...
How to Grow a GIANT WORLD-RECORD size Pumpkin!

How to Grow a GIANT Pumpkin!

If you’re planning on growing a GIANT pumpkin, keep in mind that you may need anywhere from 400 sq. ft. all the way up to 1200 sq. feet for just ON...
Plant these seeds in July & August!

Plant these seeds in July & August!

Summer has just begun but will soon be over!  Regardless of where you live, there are a few crops you can count on to withstand cooler temp...
SAVE YOUR SEEDS!!  - Tips & Tricks -

SAVE YOUR SEEDS!! - Tips & Tricks -

Saving your own heirloom garden seed year after year can be very rewarding! Here are 4 important tips on how to get started saving your own gard...
What is Diatomaceous Earth (DE)?  How does it work as an Insect / Pest Repellent in the garden?

What is Diatomaceous Earth (DE)? How does it work as an Insect / Pest Repellent in the garden?

Diatomaceous Earth (DE) is a naturally occurring soft sedimentary rock that is crumbled into a fine white powder. How does DE work in your garden...
FULL SUN or PARTIAL SHADE - PLANTING TIP

FULL SUN or PARTIAL SHADE - PLANTING TIP

If You Grow it for the Fruit or the Root = YOU NEED FULL SUN.  If You Grow it for the Leaves, Stems, or Sprouts = ALL YOU NEED IS PARTIAL SHADE

MAKE YOUR OWN GARDEN PLANT MARKERS

MAKE YOUR OWN GARDEN PLANT MARKERS

Here are some of our favorites that we stumbled upon on Instagram.  1. Painted Spoons with Text via @thekingstonhome 2. Painted Rocks via @valutr...
Which Seeds Can I START INDOORS?  Which Seeds can I DIRECT SOW?

Which Seeds Can I START INDOORS? Which Seeds can I DIRECT SOW?

Some varieties just do better when they are directly sown into the soil, while others don't mind getting an early start indoors! Some varieties work well in both categories, depending on your zone/location.

Tips for Starting Your Seeds Indoors

This page should be read after reading:  Guide to Starting Seeds Indoors Starting your seeds indoors is a great way to get a "jump start" on your garden.  By starting your seeds indoors a few weeks before your last frost, you should have plenty of small seedlings ready to be transplanted into your garden beds once planting season begins.
ALL ABOUT WORMS 🪱

ALL ABOUT WORMS 🪱

    Are Worms Good For Your Garden?  YES! Worms can be very beneficial to your garden. Nutrient-dense, rich garden soil is crucial to a successful...