These are the symbols we are currently using throughout our pages to help make your decisions easier when choosing which plants or seeds that will meet your needs. […]
If you are new to gardening, don’t let these words intimidate you! As you grow and read more and get experience, these words will be integrated seamlessly into your own vocabulary. If you’ve been teetering getting started, let me tell you something: experience is your best teacher Good luck! Failure teaches you and success encourages you! […]
Open-pollination is when pollination occurs by insect, bird, wind, humans, or other natural mechanisms. Because there are no restrictions on the flow of pollen between individuals, open-pollinated plants are more genetically diverse. This can cause a greater amount of variation within plant populations, which allows plants to slowly adapt to local growing conditions and climate year-to-year. As long as pollen is not shared between different varieties within the same species, then the seed produced will remain true-to-type year after year. […]
Talking about container gardening and not in ground, or raised beds….totally different! […]
TOMATO PLANT PROBLEMS AND HOW TO FIX If you had any issues with your Tomatoes during this last season, or having any problems now, this info and chart might be helpful. It is important to be able to identify and treat the common Tomato plant ailments that might crop up. […]
Fertilizing Biweekly is one of the most important things you can do to help ensure a successful gardening season! And our sprayer makes it easier than ever! Add 3 scoops of any of our fertilizers to the sprayer. Add 6 scoops liquid seaweed and fill with water to top line of sprayer. Add 1 scoop wetting agent. Attach hose and spray till empty. You've fertilized! Watering Can Instructions
In this video, you learn how to be successful in watering your newly planted tree.
Planting a tree is new to many folks and can be challenging to most. One of the biggest problems we hear about at T&T Seeds is the initial planting issue. How big should the hole be? What to put in the hole, how do I water it in? We created a slick little video that should make it much easier for everyone to follow.