Grow Inside!

You can keep growing in the off season. Sprouting, starting microgreens and reading are a few of our favorite indoor gardening adventures. You can also grow some herbs in containers in your house all year long, particularly if you have a grow light! If you really want to extend the season, consider building a cold frame. Cold frames allow you to grow lettuce, kale and spinach, even when it's freezing outside.

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      Sprouting Seed - Red Clover, ORGANIC

      Clover sprouts are light, small sprouts that add the perfect amount of crunch to a sandwich or on the top of a salad. Mild tasting with a nice sweetness, clover...

      Sprouting Seed - Lentil, ORGANIC

      Sprouted Lentils add a rich, nutty flavor to salads and sandwiches, while also being meaty enough to stand up to your favorite cooked dishes. Unlike most legumes, lentil sprouts may...

      Sprouting Seed - Buckwheat, ORGANIC

      Buckwheat seed sprouts are fast growing, crunchy, and extremely satisfying! Easy to grow and very nutritious. We sell the hulled variety, which are great for either jar sprouting, or growing...

      Sprout-Ease Jar Toppers

      Sprout-Ease Jar Toppers, Set of Three This set of three screens screw onto any wide-mouth canning jar, and have gradient sized holes to allow the husks of your sprouting seeds...

      The Whole Okra: A Stem to Seed Celebration (signed copy!)

      Chris Smith’s first encounter with okra was of the worst kind: slimy fried okra at a greasy-spoon diner. Despite that dismal introduction, Smith developed a fascination with okra, and as...

      The Soul of Soil

      Soil is the basis not only for all gardening, but for all terrestrial life. No aspect of agriculture is more fundamental and important, yet we have been losing vast quantities...

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      The Permaculture Book of DIY

      Permaculture is a low cost, environmental and creative approach to living. The Permaculture Book of DIY presents over 20 practical projects that show you how to cleverly recycle materials into...

      Seeing Seeds

      “Llewellyn’s images reflect a depth of detail that until now, only the best botanical illustrators could approach.” —The Washington Post “Seeing Seeds offers a cornucopia of photographs by Robert Llewellyn. ....

      Nature's Art Box

      Take your child’s creativity outside! Laura C. Martin offers 65 art projects that kids can make with materials found right in their backyard. There’s no limit to the imaginative possibilities...

      Native Plants of the Southeast

      Written by Larry Mellichamp Using native plants in a garden has many benefits. They attract beneficial wildlife and insects, they allow a gardener to create a garden that reflects the...

      Microgreens

      Eric Frank & Jasmine Richardson With simple instructions, Eric Franks and Jasmine Richardson, show readers how to grow their own little greens of arugula, basil, purple cabbage, chard, radishes, broccoli,...

      How To Mulch

      Mulch your way to a vibrant and healthy home landscape. Profiling a variety of techniques that include sheet mulches, feeding mulches, and living mulches, Stu Campbell and Jennifer Kujawski help...