Gardening (and living) between the stumps. Anything is possible.

Tag: starting seeds

Growing Greens in Winter

Growing Greens in Winter

Winter can be a tough time for a gardener. Don’t get me wrong: I do love winter, the snowshoeing and skiing and baking and catching up on all the things I don’t have time for in summer because I’m outside all the time. But the […]

Deep Roots Make Healthier Plants

These new seed-starting trays I bought are amazing. I wanted deeper starting cells for my tomato seedlings in particular, so I decided to try these deep root planters.  I do try to minimize my garden gadget purchases, but when you start seeds inside, you have […]

Waiting For Spring

It’s officially spring, though it looks like November out there today. Thanks to my broken ankle, I hadn’t actually got any garden work done yet anyway, but this weather is dismal nonetheless. Peas are waiting patiently in their packets, seed potatoes have arrived “at proper […]