Time to plant garlic! According to the Old Farmer’s Almanac, the best way to get going with your garlic crop is the following: ~Prepare the soil with lots of compost and manure, garlic is a nutrient-hungry crop. ~Plant seed garlic Continue reading What to Do This Month in the Garden – October
The Seed Lending Library is busy collecting, sanitizing, marking and overall readying seed donations for the spring planting season. In order to keep the “gardening fires burning”, we will be providing monthly tips and reminders that you can undertake to Continue reading Introducing Steele Seed Lending Library’s Garden Blog!
If you are like me, you are ready to plant your garden, even if the weather says no. There are some plants that are frost hardy, and if you have these seeds at home, you can get started if we Continue reading Seeds You Can Start Before the Last Frost Date
Wouldn’t it be nice to grow fresh lettuce during the cold winter months? The Steele Memorial Library’s Seed Library carries one of the recommended varieties that can be grown indoors – Black-Seeded Simpson. Here’s how: Borrow a packet of seeds. Continue reading 11 Steps to Grow Lettuce Indoors!