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Sow True Seed Cover Art 2015

2015 Catalog Cover Art by Beatriz Mendoza

Posted: December 11, 2014

This past summer I had the beautiful opportunity to grow a flower garden, and watch it fill to bursting with pollinators. In turn, I had the chance to fill my studio with their graceful anatomy and furry legs. I feel … Continue reading

Garden Pots

Open House, Dec 11th 5pm-7pm

Posted: December 3, 2014

Do you need a reason to drink warm apple cider and nibble on snacks at your favorite local seed company on a cool December evening? OK! We have reasons:1. We’re offering a chance for you to look behind the scenes … Continue reading

Attracting Pollinators to your Garden

Wildflowers

Posted: November 4, 2014

Planting Wildflowers in the Fall Wildflowers are one of the garden’s greatest treasures.  They provide for bees and insects of all varieties.  They burst with color and life.  In addition they attract beneficial insects to the garden that help protect … Continue reading

Attracting Pollinators to your Garden

Wild Flower Seed Bombs!

Posted: October 17, 2014

Our pollinators are suffering, and without pollinators our food system would collapse. The good news is that we can help them! By planting a wildflower garden, however large or small, we can give our pollinators some much needed healthy and … Continue reading

Garlic Fest 2014 - German Red Rocombole Hardneck

Garlic Fest, Sept 27 2014

Posted: September 17, 2014

Join Sow True Seed for our inaugural Garlic Fest – learn all you need to know about planting, caring, harvesting and storing your garlic. We’ll have workshops starting on the hour every hour from 10am to 4pm on Saturday 27th September, … Continue reading

Eating, Saving and Celebrating Tomatoes

Posted: August 27, 2014

This is my favorite time of year to eat! I amble out into the garden in the morning before the heat of the day and pick what we’ll have for dinner.  The ingredients for a mid-summer dinner in this year’s … Continue reading

Hairy Vetch climbing up Rye for awesome cover crop

Don’t Garden Naked! Cover Crop!

Posted: July 23, 2014

Discussions of building soil and soil health always come around to cover cropping. Cover cropping is a fantastic and underutilized tool in the home garden. As you begin to harvest spring beets or your broccoli you’ll see that there are … Continue reading

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