Organizing Your Seeds

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9 Responses

  1. Tati says:

    Wow, I love the Great way to organize the seeds!

  2. Emily says:

    Becky–you have quite a project on your hands! How hot does it get in the summer and for how long? For example, here we might have 7-10 days of 95-100+ degrees. But it doesn’t usually get much hotter, or stay hot for much longer. If your temps are similar, you can grow all summer, and possibly all winter too! Step #1–clean it up! 🙂

  3. Emily says:

    I don’t know where you live, so it’s hard for me to say. But my general philosophy is, it might be too early, but it’s probably not too late. You may not have great luck or get a huge harvest, but I think some peas are better than no peas. Some spinach better than none. If you are Yellow, Green, Blue, or Violet groups, I think you’re quite safe. If you are Orange or Red, it may really be too late. Just try, and start a little earlier next year!

  4. Carolyn says:

    Just found you and all ready love ya!

  5. Becky says:

    I finally posted about your website! And I posted the pictures of my backyard so you can see how much work I have to do! You should take a look, it’s pretty intimidating. But, I think I took the first step and admitted I need to do something about it! Wish me luck!
    Love, Becky
    P.S. That seed aisle looks like a lot of fun!

  6. Nichole says:

    quick question. i cannot get my garden boxes finished until next week (May 1). Will it be too late at that point to plant peas, lettuce, radishes, spinach? thanks!

  7. Richard says:

    Emily, I have exactly the same problem. I’ll just stare and debate my seed options for hours. That’s why I really like seed catalogs. I can at least debate seed choices from the privacy and comfort of my own home.

  8. David S says:

    Another thing I like to do is get a group together and compare what everyone is getting, you can usually cut your seed shopping cart in half and trade seeds that you have with others that have seeds that you want. Lowers the costs, increases your number of friends. And later on the gardening season you can swap notes on how your plants are doing. A win, win, win scenario.

  9. michelle says:

    I also LOVE the seed aisle! Isn’t gardening season great!!