gardentotable, member | December 27th, 20091 comment
I always start gardening in January, curled up by the woodstove, with a nice cup of tea and a pile of seed catalogs. Since what I’d like to grow always exceeds the available space, careful planning and crop rotation are essential.
WesternGardener, contributor | December 23rd, 20092 comments
Renee Shepherd, founder of Renee’s Garden, goes to extraordinary lengths to offer gardeners high-quality vegetable, flower and herb seeds. She selects easy-to-grow varieties, tests them in her own trial garden and writes detailed instructions for planting and growing.
WesternGardener, contributor | December 17th, 20093 comments
In 1998, long before the eat local movement took hold, Jere Gettle sent out his first Baker Creek Heirloom Seed catalog. His company continues the tradition of passing along old-fashioned seeds like generations of gardeners before him.
ChrisMcLaughlin, contributor | December 14th, 20095 comments
If you can't remember, then I'm certain that you haven't. Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds has hands-down the most fantastic collection of vegetable pictures I've ever seen in anywhere - much less in a catalog.
ChrisMcLaughlin, contributor | December 4th, 20093 comments
We're going to focus on two things here. The first one is saving money on a required gardening practice - seed starting. The second one is ignoring the fact that we're heading straight for deep winter and instead, thinking about spring. We're going to deny that we have have months on end of cold weather and sleeping plants.