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A Grower’s Guide to the Different Types of Garlic

Aug 12, 2021 Sow True Seed

You’ve weathered the spring frosts, babied your seedlings and transplants, battled the weeds and the bugs and the heat, and with any luck, by late summer the bounty is rolling in from your garden. Which means it’s time to start thinking about your garlic plantings! 

The Different Types of Carrots, Explained for Home Gardeners

Aug 11, 2021 Sow True Seed

Love carrots but not sure how to pick the best variety for your garden? Here’s a guide to the different types of carrots and what sets each apart from the others.

10 Types of Lettuce & Salad Greens and How to Grow Them

Aug 10, 2021 Sow True Seed

A fresh salad straight out of the garden is one of the first joys of the spring season that gardeners can look forward to each year. Most greens are quick growing and easy to take care of, and reward us with great nutrition and zesty flavor. Once you grow your own salads, you’ll find it hard to go back to grocery store greens.

Field Notes: The Utopian Seed Project

Jul 16, 2021 Sow True Seed

The main focus of The Utopian Seed Project, the nonprofit that Chris founded and runs, is research on Southern heirloom crops and tropical perennials that could be adapted for Southern agriculture. Chris is not a production seed grower, but an explorer and experimenter, and most of the work he does for Sow True is trials and small seed increases.