Homemade Insect Repellent, Gardener’s Nail Brush & Hand Soap & Learn Seed Saving
About Stephen Scott
Stephen Scott is co-owner of Terroir Seeds, a family owned and operated heirloom seed company that focuses on the "Cycle of Terroir"- from the soil, to the seed, to the food you eat; providing heirloom seeds, education and information for all phases of the cycle.
Iced Tea Now & Herbal Tea Later, Lemony Green Beans & Groundbreaking Programs
Lemony Green beans are a welcome addition to the dinner table in the spring when they first arrive. Taste our unique and delicious take on them!
Insect Repelling Herbs, Bug Guide Website & Organic Pest Control Book
Summer Salads, Controlling Bindweed & Native Recipes
Field bindweed is one of the most invasive and destructive weeds in cropland and gardens. Read why it grows and how improving soil fertility controls it.
Stopping Bermuda Grass, Using Basil & Gardening Interview
Bermuda grass: love it or hate it – most people fall into one of the two camps; there doesn’t seem to be much in-between.
Memorial Day & Pumpkin – Planting & Recipes
Heirloom Corn, Native Recipes & Pickled Jalapeños
Heirloom corn is becoming popular as people taste the depths of flavors they offer. There is much more than just the sweet, fresh eating varieties!
Pickled jalapeños and garlic have been favorites of ours for a couple of decades. See our newest twist with honey on this classic recipe!
Watermelons, Direct Sowing Seeds & Garden Therapy
With watermelons, both size and flavor matter. Heirloom watermelons grown at home will give the absolute best flavor and taste, regardless of size.
Chipotle Cultivate Festival, From the Range to the Garden & Cucumbers
A short look at the foundation of Terroir Seeds with an article we wrote for Range Magazine in 1996 after attending a Public Rangelands Grazing Conference.
Companion Herbs, Squash & Recipe Ideas
Garden Allies, Growing Better Soil & Plant Markers
Little Sprouts, School Seed Fundraiser, Chipotle Cultivate Festival & Membership
Fresh Beans, Aquaponics Seed Starting & Seed Cards
Successful Aquaponics Seed Starting is fairly simple, but there are a few basic things to know before getting started. Here’s how to start successfully.
Garden Dibbers, Salad Bar & Garden Answers Shared
We share some of the best ways our customers have found of keeping critters out of the garden and your heard-earned veggies!
Hummingbird Garden, Avocado Shea Facial Cream & Garden Questions
Spring Seed Collections & Garden Questions Answered
Spring Peas & Controlling Fungus Gnats
Fungus gnats are more a nuisance than a real problem in seedlings, but we’ll show why they show up, how to monitor and control them.
Avocado Shea Facial Cream & Early Spring
All About Peppers and Chiles
Cool Season Veggies & Seedling Damping Off
Damping-off is a soil borne fungal disease that can attack almost all young vegetable seedlings. We show simple methods to control and treat damping off.
Growing Cucamelon and Lettuce
Cucamelons can be overwintered as a perennial if they produce tubers in their roots. This technique gives earlier and larger harvests the second year.
Lettuce seed won’t sprout in too warm soil, so it’s ideal for early and late season planting. We’ll show you when and how to plant for the best results!
All About Tomatoes
Hulless Pumpkin Seeds, School Fundraiser & Radio Interview
Seed Starting Questions, Strawberries & Pest Control
Cinderella Pumpkin, Garden Planning & Soil to Seed
The January 2015 Acres USA magazine features Terroir Seeds. This will give you great insight into what makes Terroir Seeds so unique in today’s seed world.
San Marzano Tomatoes, Future of Food & Getting Started
Is the future of our food a democracy or dictatorship? How can we choose to make our food system a better place? We look at some possibilities.
Hungarian Peppers, Homemade Polenta & Favorite Seeds
Polenta takes a bit of time, care, attention and love but the results are delicious. We show you how to make it with a lot less work but all the flavor.
Blackeye Peas, Sprouting Oats & Seed Questions
New Seeds, Cold Killer, Shea Butter & Master Catalog
Honey and lemon juice combined with powerful ginger and turmeric makes a highly effective cold killer that’s easy to make.
Seed quality is important to the home gardener, small scale grower and large farmer. Make better choices and buy wiser by understanding seed quality
Pest and disease prevention is a major topic for many gardeners and for good reason. We take a top down approach to manage for next season with easy tips.
Gift Certificates, New Seed Cards, Review Winner & Master Catalog
All About Pumpkin, Healthy Pets & What is Terroir?