It would seem that a great number of you are HUNGRY for home grown veggies. And I can’t blame you one bit. There is little more satisfying in my food world than picking my meal in my backyard and preparing it (at least the portion I don’t eat en route) in my kitchen. While I have many times in the last several years had some success in growing my own veggies, until the last few years my success with starting from seed was sporadic, at best. Last spring’s write-up of seed starting tips was my earnest and enthusiastic response to the best homegrown seedling year I’d had to date.
Now I’m back for more, and I’ve made a few more changes that should help with my seedling success rate (she says with fingers double crossed). I thought I’d share those changes with you so that you can start your own and skip the early years of leggy croaky seedlings that I experienced. Continue reading