Category Archives: Seeds

Saving Kale Seed

Saving Kale Seed     Last year I grew two varieties of kale that overwintered and later grew into massive seed stalks this summer; the dinosaur kale and the curly leaf kale.  The curly leaf kale is my favorite, both in texture and taste.  The dinosaur kale is too tough and bitter for my pallet. 
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Saving Kale Seed

Saving Kale Seed As usual, when the long summer days arrive it’s a challenge to sit down and read or write because I only want to be outdoors.  When I finally go indoors around 9:00 p.m. and get other essentials done it’s time for bed…  after a relaxing Netflix movie, or course.  With this uncomfortably
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Saving Flower Seeds

Saving Flower Seeds Saving seed from flowers is one of the most enjoyable things I do in my garden.   While so many other activities can be time consuming, tedious, and tiring, gathering seed is actually relaxing and contemplative.  When I talk about activities that are tiring, I’m referring to projects that involve lots of prep
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