Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘gardening hints’


Coffee Grounds as Nutrient-Rich Mulch

Coffee Grounds as Nutrient-Rich Mulch

With the popularity of coffee-drink stores like Starbucks and Peet’s and so many others—seemingly on nearly every block in shopping areas—gardeners have nearby and plentiful access to this free nutrient-rich resource. While it can be composted, its great advantage is that it can be applied directly to garden beds. Spreading the grounds an inch thick […]

Spring Eats & Perfect Transplanting Weather

Spring Eats & Perfect Transplanting Weather

All that winter rain has become blooming and eating wonders in our gardens. Aside from the assorted greens—bok choy, broccoli, chard, kales, and lettuces—that we’ve been enjoying all winter, now there are artichokes and peas and beets to center our meals and munchies. And the blooms! Nasturtiums and the first bearded irises and roses and […]

Saving Seeds

Saving Seeds

According to “Mr. Cog” of the Mid-Region Council of Governments of New Mexico, our “genetic crop diversity has declined from 7,000 to 150 plant species.” He continues, stating that “this loss means that our food supply is reliant on a small selection of crops, making it more vulnerable to pests, diseases, and changes in climate.” […]

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