Planting seeds is an art. Right now the grow-your-own culture has begun an empire of organic and economical fresh fruits and vegetables for healthy and well-being. It no longer makes sense to pay the high price for tastless, pesticided, possibly GMO’d produce when you can grow the freshest, easily and cheaply in your garden greenhouse or windowsill. It's frosty and crisp outside but don't let that stop you.
The seed cataloges have been coming in the mail since Christmas
Poop therapy. Broccoli, tomatoes large and cherry, sweet peppers, jalapenos, zunchini, cauliflower and cucumbers are lining the greenhouse in Red Solo cups. Growing in a rich mixture of rabbit manure (cow manure produced spiny weeds in the garden last year), potting soil and sand. The plants are already and inch to two inches tall and the zucchini has the prettiest green leaves, for transplanting in 4-6 weeks.
Rainwater caught all winter long in a specially made jar with plastic screw on lid, poked holes, and a straw in a larger hole to allow for air while sprinkling, gives drinks of mineralized water to the hothouse beauties. The plastic watering can (with handle and spout) used for summer drown the poor newly born dears so a smaller sprinkler is needed for irrigation.
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