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Growing Season Starts Now!

More people than ever are getting into gardening. Seeds sell out fast- don't wait until Spring to start your garden!

How to Choose Second-Use Items for Container Gardening

How to Choose Second-Use Items for Container Gardening

Since container gardening has become even more popular, and getting a second use out of materials becomes ever more important, we want to take a moment and explain some of the best (and worst) items to use second-hand for gardening.
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Creating a Germination Box From Second Use Materials (Under $60!)

Creating a Germination Box From Second Use Materials (Under $60!)

Container gardening continues to be a very popular and space efficient way to get fresh veggies. This post will show you how to make your own germination box with common materials that would normally be thrown out.
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Testing Different Growing Mediums and Containers

Testing Different Growing Mediums and Containers

Planting can sometimes get very expensive, so we try to get a second use out of items around the house that would normally be discarded. We tested several different types of seeds along with different types of materials. This was our process and these are our results (so far).
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Seed of the month

Pacific Beauty Mix Calendula

Pacific Beauty Calendula is a minimal fuss array of golden orange and yellow petals. These edible flowers make for a magnificent bouquet, a mighty mosquito repellent, or a medicinal tea with historic anti-inflammatory properties. Pacific Beauty mix calendula grows in a wide range of weather between 45°F-80°F. They can tolerate cooler temperatures but may stop flowering during the peak heat of summer. They do great in containers and gardens. Calendula is quite hardy and do well in most types of soil but will thrive in well-draining, fertile soil high in organic matter or aged compost. Calendula likes full sun and partial shade. Water thoroughly but infrequently letting dry between watering. Calendula is full grown (mature) in 45-56 days. You can snip the flowers which are edible or use them for decoration. The leaves, stem, and petals can be used for tea.

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