Tag Archives: Seed Saving

It’s chamomile/camomile harvesting time (Matricaria recutita)

My German chamomile (Matricaria recutita) has been growing very well this year. I had a few plants come up form last years seeds and I planted a few more to increase my harvest. Head over to Not Dabbling in Normal … Continue reading

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Celery seed just staring me in the face

The celery leaf plant that I grew in the winter of 2011/12 did so well that this past winter I planted four of them. 4 nice celery leaf plants in the garden. It was very easy to grow and I … Continue reading

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Saving Seeds: Okra

My neighbor (where I grew the zucchini this past fall) grows okra every summer. They eat most of it, share some of it and always save a bunch of seeds to use to plant next years crops and share. I … Continue reading

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Saving Seeds

Saving seeds is important to me. It gives me a chance learn, enjoy and admire plants in a different way. I grew up in a family that enjoyed being outside doing many different activities and I learned early on how … Continue reading

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