Can you save your own vegetable seeds?

Answer Not only can you save your own vegetable seeds to grow the next year's crop, but sometimes you can even end up with an unexpected plant that surpasses your expectations. Of course, you can also end... Read More »

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How to Collect and Save Vegetable Seeds?

Certain vegetables, such as beans, peas, peppers and tomatoes, make saving vegetable seeds simple: These have self-pollinating flowers, meaning they pollinate automatically before the flowers open.... Read More »

How do I save open pollinated vegetable seeds?

SelectionCollect seeds from the most desirable fruits on the handsomest plants in your garden. Allow the fruit to reach full maturity. Tomato, pepper, bean and pea plants make the best candidates. ... Read More »

How to Sow Vegetable Seeds Indoors?

There is nothing better than a nice juicy tomato, crisp pepper or some other vegetable picked fresh from your garden. Many people buy their seedlings from a greenhouse or nursery, but those vegetab... Read More »

Do I sow vegetable seeds in the day or night?

Most seeds must be in dark. If you put them in soil to a depth of 1/4" they are in dark no matter what time of day it is. I plant 2 or 3 seeds per cell and all plants different. For example my c... Read More »