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Nasturtiums should be planted in the spring for a "summer show". Plant in full sun, and in sandy, well drained soil. Generally, the poorer the soil quality, the more flowers the plant will produce! Deadhead your plants regularly to encourage new blooms, all season long. These flowers will self-seed resulting in more flowers for years to come!

SHOP all Nasturtium varieties: https://www.seedsnow.com/collections/all-nasturtium-seeds
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Can you GUESS this variety of seed? [NEW for 2018!]
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So does Fennel really taste like black licorice?

When people mention Fennel, a lot of us associate that with the flavor of black licorice which can either be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on personal taste. The leafy parts of the Fennel plant seem to hold most of this "licorice-like" flavor, while the bulb of the plant tastes more like an onion crossed with celery.

Some describe it to have a sweet, aromatic, "anise-like" flavor. So even if you don't like the flavor of black licorice, you may very well enjoy the flavor of the Fennel bulb! Especially if you try roasting it.
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Where are you located & when do you usually start your seeds for SPRING?

Have any of you already started a few seeds indoors to go outside in a few weeks? What varieties have you planted? We want to know!

#startingseedsindoors #seedstarting #gardenchat
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Wondering if your potatoes can handle a frost? The answer might surprise you!
SHOP Organic SEED POTATOES, here: https://www.seedsnow.com/col…/organic-seed-potato-collection

Planting just 1 to 3 inches below the soil can protect your seed potatoes from frost damage even during a HARD freeze. Protect your potato plants if you get a late start in the season with a hoop house or floating row cover to protect it from prolonged cold and wet weather.

The ideal potato soil is deep, light and loose, a well-drained but moisture retentive loam. Most potato varieties are very aggressive rooting plants, and are able to take full advantage of such soil. In ideal soil, potatoes can make incredible yields. Fortunately, the potato is also very adaptable and will usually produce quite well even where soil conditions are less than perfect.
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Remember those EXPERIMENTAL MINI WICKING BEDS, they’re a success πŸ˜πŸ‘. Three weeks in the office and they now have flowers so hoping for the first tomatoes in the next few weeks, hehe. 😁🌱😁 #wickingbeds #tomatoplants #indoorgardening

Shop these and many more seed varieties - click the link in bio - or visit us at www.SeedsNow.com πŸ“·: @my_permaculture_journey
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"All I want for Christmas is Seeds!" - SHARE if you agree!

Purchase your friend/family member the gift of growing their own garden! Pick up your e-gift card today at: https://www.seedsnow.com/products/gift-card

Choose between $5-$100! You can either share the link with the intended recipient or print out the page and give slip it into a Christmas card for them to open.

Browse our entire seed collection at: www.SeedsNow.com
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Dustin asks: "I’m not sure why my pumpkins are shriveling shortly after pollination. I had the same problem this summer with my zucchini. Any ideas? Large beautiful plants but nothing to harvest."

Let's help him out! What are your ideas/suggestions?
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Quick harvest of veggies to make a garden salad to accompany today's BBQ.
Look at those cherry tomatoes, absolutely delicious! #harvesttime πŸ“·: @dusk2illdawn

Shop these and many more seed varieties - click the link in bio - or visit us at www.SeedsNow.com
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