Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Growing Tips, Tricks, Tutorials and Articles

I went a bit LINK CRAZY in our latest e-newsletter...There is SO MUCH info available here!

Mary's Heirloom Seeds Newsletter

Organic GARLIC is available as a Pre-Order NOW. 
Late September/Early October is usually the best time for planting Garlic.  Don't miss out!  We are selling out...

Garlic varieties fall into two broad categories, the hard-neck types and the soft-neck types. Soft-neck varieties tend to produce larger bulbs than hard-neck types, and their bulbs store better.  
Soft-neck garlic is typically more sensitive to cold than hard-neck garlic, so it often doesn't do well in northern climates. It does just fine in Florida, California and warmer climates.

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Dear Mary,
It's finally August! FALL planting is HUGE in many regions across the country.

Our customers range from brand new gardeners to seasoned "pros."  For this reason we try to keep it simple and educational.  Just remember, not every form of pest control or gardening style works for everyone.  For this reason, we offer multiple options and tutorials.

I have received quite a few emails and messages about growing different varieties from seed. Unfortunately, there isn't enough room on our seed packs to offer complete growing details.  Also, planting time is different around the country and around the world.  For these reasons, we have LOTS of growing info on a special page.  We also post regularly on our blog and thru this e-newsletter.

Below are a few helpful articles and videos to help you get started or just give you a refresher.

If you have additional questions please feel free to ask. **When I say this, I mean it.**
What will YOU plant this AUGUST?
The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest her or his patients in the care of the human frame, in a proper diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.
Thomas A. Edison 
 "The garden suggests there might be a place where we can meet nature halfway."
Michael Pollan 

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