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Blog posts of '2020' 'January'

Shedding Light on Grow Lighting: Choosing the Right Option for Indoor Gardens
When it comes to indoor gardening, providing adequate lighting is crucial for the healthy growth and development of your plants. While natural sunlight is the ideal light source, it may not always be available or sufficient. That's where grow lighting comes in. In this blog post, we'll shed light on the importance of choosing the right grow lights for your indoor garden. From understanding the different types of lights to their specific benefits, let's explore how to make the best lighting choices to nurture your plants effectively.
A Guide to Growing Carrots in Winter: Enjoy Fresh Harvests All Year Round
Winter gardening doesn't mean giving up on fresh carrots. With the right varieties, soil preparation, protection
Resources for Growing Year-Round
Achieving year-round gardening success requires access to reliable resources and a supportive community. From online gardening websites and forums to informative books, useful apps, and local gardening associations, these resources will empower you with the knowledge, inspiration, and assistance needed to grow plants throughout the seasons. Explore
Year-round Growing Guide, January Week 2
Growing plants year-round requires knowledge, guidance, and access to reliable resources. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced gardener, having the right tools and information is key to achieving a flourishing garden all year long. In this blog post, we have compiled a list of essential resources that will assist you in your quest for year-round gardening success. From websites and books to online communities and apps, these resources will equip you with the knowledge and support needed to grow plants throughout the seasons
Year-Round Growing Guide, January
Welcome to week 1 of our January year-round growing guide! For those with established gardens, now is a time of rest and dormancy for most of your vegetable beds. You might still be slowly harvesting last season's mature plants, digging carrots and beets, or cutting back kale and spinach while you browse seed catalogs and dream of spring.