Finally, we’ve found a book that we can recommend for the home gardener! It is excellent for the beginner, but also has really useful information for the more experienced gardener. We really like that it doesn’t just recommed reaching for the latest petro-chemical spray, but breaks control down into biological, cultural and acute methods.
WE NEED YOUR REVIEWS
Late summer is review time! We need real, constructive reviews that will help other gardeners reading them. Please enter your state, so that others can see how it did in your area. Your name is published if you enter it, but your email is not.
Doing a review is easy! Go to our Terroir Seeds Store, then select the item you want to review and click on the item number, photo or name to get to the description. There you will see the review link, as shown to the right. It will say “View Reviews | Review this item” if there have been previous reviews, and “Be the first to review this item” if not. Just click on the link and enter your review!
FALL & WINTER GARDENS
TIME TO PLANT
Late August is traditionally the time to plant a second (or third) garden in areas where there is a hard freeze.
If you are in a milder climate with less of a winter, gardening during the cooler season is really rewarding with bumper crops of crispy, sweet carrots, beets, cabbage, kale and Swiss chard and many other cool season loving veggies.
It is heart-warming for us to see so many gardeners giving a cool season garden a try, with many commenting that it is much easier with less work, bugs and challenges than they had thought.
Our Fall and Winter Gardening selection of seeds for some ideas that will spark your creative juices and dinner plans!
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Thanks for your time this edition, we hope you have enjoyed it! Please let us know your thoughts and suggestions, as we are always working to improve.
Stephen and Cindy Scott
Terroir Seeds | Underwood Gardens
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