It’s time to start sowing in the Greenhouse

The greenhouse is cleared of the winter storage and organized to start planting; and just in time since last week our order of seeds from Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds arrived. 

I ordered a variety of vegetables and flowers to grow for both my own and client’s gardens. Some of my selections were based on companion plants, such as parsley, tomatoes and nasturtiums. When planted together the plants naturally deter bugs from each other and partners the heavy feeders with plants that replenish the soil. A common companion method combination of Corn, pole beans and squash is called  “The Three Sisters Method” and dates back to Native Americans. Other vegetables were ordered for their heirloom qualities or ingredients in favorite recipes. I will share progress of the veggies once they are started.

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