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Spring Fertilizing Tips
4/12/2019 - 11:58:44 AM
by Rohrer Seeds
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Spring Fertilizer Tips from Laura Laura walks us through the best ways to fertilize trees, shrubs, perennials in early spring. Always make sure you see some growth on your plants before you give it any fertilizer. When Gardening, always begin with the soil. Organic fertilizer “feeds the soil that f... Read More
How to start a kid-friendly vegetable garden
3/27/2019 - 12:06:58 PM
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How to start a kid-friendly vegetable garden There’s a natural connection between children and the outdoors. And there’s nothing more special than caring for the Earth and enjoying Mother Nature in the family backyard. Toddlers, children, and teens can explore a new hobby when they get outside and get growing. This month at Rohrer Seeds, we a... Read More
June, July, & August... What to Plant in the Garden?
6/8/2018 - 5:44:46 PM
by Rohrer Seeds
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June, July, & August... What to Plant in the Garden?Summertime is still a great time to plant certain seeds! Below we list some great options: June is already upon us and it’s almost summer but there is still plenty of time to sow a variety of vegetable seeds in the garden. Here in the mid-Atlantic region, pumpkins, winter squash, and summer sq... Read More
What Kind of Yellow and White Sweet Corn to Plant?
6/8/2018 - 4:48:49 PM
by Rohrer Seeds
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What Kind of Yellow and White Sweet Corn to Plant?White, yellow, and bi-color sweet corn suggestions: The time has finally come for planting sweet corn and we would like to suggest a few of our top performing varieties. If you prefer white sweet corn, we highly recommend our Avalon Triple Sweet variety, an 82 day corn, producing exceptional sweet t... Read More
New Seed Varieties for a Superior 2017 Garden
1/10/2017 - 5:08:25 PM
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New Seed Varieties for a Superior 2017 GardenEvery year brings exciting changes, especially with regards to seeds! We have added 13 new varieties to our lineup and they are sure to not disappoint. Rutgers 250 Tomato. This heirloom variety was developed by Rutgers University to bring back that old-time Jersey Tomato flavor. Fireball F1 Hybrid R... Read More
An Unexpected Groundcover
4/26/2016 - 10:20:42 AM
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Last year we installed raised beds in our small kitchen garden. We had access to free, HUGE beams and the ability to construct them (thanks, Dad!) so it seemed crazy not to add them. When they went in, we found a use for the mountain of bricks we’ve dug up in our yard. (We “grow” b... Read More
Uncommonly Good Vegetables
3/30/2016 - 4:43:34 PM
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Uncommonly Good Vegetables By this time of year most gardeners have planned and re-planned (and, possibly re-re-planned) their vegetable gardens for the season. Every square foot has been designated for your vegetables of choice. However, if, like me, you find yourself with a little corner here or a long narrow space there wi... Read More
Ten Great Pollinator Plants You Can Grow from Seed
9/1/2015 - 12:42:23 PM
by ezfromseed.org
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Ten Great Pollinator Plants You Can Grow from Seed1. Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea), perennial: Bumblebees are frequent visitors to coneflowers, and you'll see plenty of other pollinators, including honeybees, butterflies, moths, beetles, and flies. Plant coneflowers in full sun. Birds love the seeds. 2. Milkweed (Asclepias sp.), perennial and ann... Read More
Pepper Trials 2015
8/31/2015 - 9:10:02 PM
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Pepper Trials 2015This season we included peppers in our trials - mainly because one of our old standard bell peppers is soon to be discontinued. In hopes of finding a suitable replacement, we planted out 11 varieties of sweet bell peppers. 5 stood out as being the sweetest with a good size: Double Up Hybrid, Red Bul... Read More
Carrot Trials 2015
8/14/2015 - 2:29:19 PM
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Carrot Trials 2015Every year we trial a different group of plants. This was the year of the carrot. I know, once you had one carrot your have had them all. We found this is not true at all! All carrots were taste tested raw, we have no information on cooked flavor. Hyrbrix fertilizer was used on all trial plantings. ... Read More