Vegetable Gardening 101: Part 2- Sowing Seeds

I was beginning to think this wasn’t going to happen. I had no idea it would be such an ordeal to upload a video to my blog! But here it is..finally!

Remember that this information is the basic stuff you need to get your garden growing. As you get more experience under your belt, you’ll come up with your own twist on things. But this is how I do things, and I’ve always had great success with my seedlings. Sometimes simple is best. Things can become too complicated with expert opinions ect. If you’re an experienced gardener and you have some tips to share, please feel free to comment below. This is my first attempt at “Vlogging” so please, be kind 🙂

Also sharing at:

Homestead Revival Barn Hop #50

Gnowfglins Simple Lives Thursday

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4 thoughts on “Vegetable Gardening 101: Part 2- Sowing Seeds

  1. 1. While planning your vegetable garden, consider what and how much you will plant. In selecting a site or plot, consider the exposure to sunlight. It is important to consider also the different sunlight requirement for different vegetables. Leafy vegetables can be grown n partial shades but vegetables with fruits must be grown in direct sunlight.

  2. Hi Marie-what great videos, I loved watching them and can’t wait for the next instalment! Thank you so much for sharing this with us on Natural Mothers Network.
    I am really looking forward to the Seasonal Celebration Linky Party #5 going live tomorrow morning and hope you’ll pop over sometime-you’re always so welcome!
    http://naturalmothersnetwork.com/category/seasonal-celebration-sunday/ Have a great weekend!
    Rebecca x

I love hearing from you and read (and try to respond to) every comment. Thank-you for taking the time to write one! "Let no unwholesome word proceed from your mouth, but only such a word as is good for edification according to the need of the moment, so that it will give grace to those who hear." Ephesians. 4:29

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