Growing food in Wyoming’s crazy climate is no small act. Our greenhouse has made all the difference. (And, bonus, it holds its own against our nutty Wyoming storms!)
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I love this ingenious way to cart and clean the garden produce.
Don’t let its compact size fool you. This tool means serious business in the garden. And I love that it’s so durable, with no wooden handle or small parts to break if, just for the sake of argument, someone forgets her gardening tools outside overnight. Occationally. Hypothetically.
This is the basket I snag every time I head to the garden. I love the story behind it and the artisan who made it, but wow does it hold a lot of fresh-picked produce too.
These copper garden markers are an elegant and reusable way to mark your beds and rows.
True Leaf Market is my new best friend when it comes to vegetable and flower seeds for my garden. I’ve found that their seeds germinate very well, not to mention that my orders arrive in just a day or two. Bonus, their site is an awesome virtual seed rack.
Sometimes it’s hard to find certain plants in my area, so I was thrilled to find this amazing online nursery. You’ll find old-fashioned specialties–things like currants, gooseberries, or rhubarb plants–plus lots of other options, too.
I wrote here about why you should plant cover crops & True Leaf is the only place I go for the best seed selection and value.
Sprouting is the kind of gardening you can do anywhere, anytime. Dig into my Ultimate Guide to Growing Sprouts then check out my favorite source for sprouting seeds.
This is a super convenient way to grow fresh, nutritious sprouts right in your kitchen, in any season.