Daily Archives: August 5, 2014

How To Save Seeds From The Vegetable Garden – The Basics!

Great information on Seed saving. It is a money saving and easier than one might think.

Old World Garden Farms

With the garden in “full summer swing” – now is the time to start thinking about saving some of those seeds from your favorite vegetable plants for next year’s garden.

 Growing your own vegetables from your own saved seeds is a rewarding experience Growing your own vegetables from your own saved seeds is a rewarding experience

Saving seeds is not only an economical way to garden – it’s also a very rewarding process. There is something special about completing the entire growing cycle of a vegetable that ends up on your kitchen table: from tiny seed, to seedling, to mature plant with ripe produce – and back to seed again!

There are additional benefits to saving and growing your own seeds as well. Seeds grown, planted and harvested in the same soil often become better suited to the growing conditions with each passing year.

Garlic is a great example of this – each year our crop has become larger, tastier and more productive by saving the very seed stock that has…

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