April 2019
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Starting Tomatoes From Seed
Trial Garden Manager Lindsay Del Carlo shows how to start tomato seeds early indoors. Covers store bought and recycled containers, soil mix and planting technique.

"Potting Up" Baby Tomato Seedlings
Lindsay demonstrates when and how to "pot up" or replant tiny tomato seedlings into larger individual containers so they can grow successfully until ready to plant into the garden.

Grow Your Own Spice Saffron!

We will be putting in our reservation for saffron crocus bulbs soon. Don't miss out, preorder now.
Saffron crocus have rich, violet-purple blossoms with brilliant orange/red stigmas that are the source of the aromatic, exotic and pricey (!) culinary spice saffron. As the blossoms open, it’s super easy to collect and simply air dry the stigmas from the flowers for your own fresh, top quality, intensely flavored saffron “threads” for cooking. Easily grown in the garden or containers, saffron crocuses are planted late summer and will bloom and be ready to harvest in the autumn. INFO & ORDER

Get Crunchy With Kohlrabi

20% Off thru 5/30
Spring is the time to grow crispy kohlrabi for tasty, low calorie healthy snacks. Our Crispy Colors Duo Kohlrabi doesn't take up much space and is a reliable, productive and easy growing vegetable that deserves a place in both your spring and fall garden.  
Asian Veggies For Spring Planting
Choose from the wide array of our specialty varieties for your spring garden.
My Favorite Asian Veggie Book
The Chinese Kitchen Garden 

This new book by talented author Wendy Kiang-Spray is my new favorite on growing and cooking every kind of Asian vegetable. I give copies to foodie friends regularly and highly recommend it to all my gardening friends.

Recipe Of
The Month
Kohlrabi and
Carrot Slaw

Sweet carrots and apple-crisp kohlrabi go together perfectly in this variation on traditional coleslaw.
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Warm Wishes,
Renee Shepherd

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