A Journal of Heirloom Gardening

How to save seed from radishes

How to save seed from radishes

Posted by Jennifer Dixon on 23rd May 2017

If I had not mentioned the title of this article would you be surprised if I told you the above picture is that of a radish flowering? These flowers belong to a flowering watermelon radish on our … read more
How to prevent cross pollination in tomato plants

How to prevent cross pollination in tomato plants

Posted by Jennifer Dixon on 10th May 2017

Tomato plants are actually self pollinated, so it may seem somewhat strange to even suggest you should try this however cross pollination in rare circumstances can occur. Tomato plants have perfe … read more
Get rid of Aphids Organically

Get rid of Aphids Organically

Posted by Jennifer Dixon on 21st Apr 2017

Aphids are a gardener's worst nightmare. They have voracious appetites and these pest seem to multiply over night. They are light green in color as you can see in the picture above and can quickl … read more
Why growing Organically is Good

Why growing Organically is Good

Posted by Jennifer Dixon on 18th Apr 2017

An article from our previous newsletter:Why Growing Organically is goodEven though we are not certified organic we still support and implement many organic growing practices. I say practices beca … read more
Growing Asparagus from Seeds

Growing Asparagus from Seeds

Posted by Jennifer Dixon on 12th Apr 2017

This is post from our last newsletter on how to grow asparagus from seed:Growing AsparagusGrowing asparagus is probably one of the easiest vegetables you can grow and it's a perennial which means it w … read more