Tis the season for fresh garden dreams and pretty seed catalogs. It’s easy to get swept away in the excitement of a new season, but before you whip out the credit card and order a pile of new seeds, take a moment to listen to this episode.
I’m sharing some money-saving advice that will not only help your garden to be more efficient, but also save you some cash in the process.
Podcast Episode Highlights
- Organizing your seeds is going to save you a lot of money
- How a seed inventory will greatly increase your gardening success
- Categorize Your Seeds
- Organize Your Seeds
- Proper Storage of Your Seeds
- Check The Viability of Your Seeds
- Most important tip: Keep it Up!
- My favorite garden varieties for growing
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Podcast Episode Resources and Links Mentioned
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This is my favorite seed storage container: Seed Organizer
Podcast episode with more details on seed starting: What You Didn’t Know About Starting Seeds
Details about cover crops found here: https://www.theprairiehomestead.com/2019/10/garden-cover-crops.html
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