1. A Girl and a Garden March 10, 2015

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    from DFZ Radio Network / Added

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    http://DFzRadio.com Host Emily takes on this entire episode by herself talking about growing Radish Sprouts, then on to the Community Garden Tool Box. She also spent some time talking about the Maximum Yield Indoor Gardening Expo in Seattle as well as starting seeds from the beginning. Tons of grow info to maximize your garden. Check it out now!

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    • Grow Seeds in Eggshells

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      Use an eggshell to grow a tiny crop of ornamental seedlings. Displayed singly or in a group, the seedlings make a great spring centerpiece. Any eggs will do; just be sure to rinse them thoroughly before filling with soil. Any traces of egg will result in bad smells. Almost any seed will work. Try leftover grass seed, wheatgrass or salad greens. Just make sure the seed is relatively fresh. If it's really old, it might not germinate. Because the eggshells don't have drainage holes, it's not practical to grow garden seedlings in them. However, you could start them in eggshells and then pot them up into something bigger after a few weeks. The idea here is to create a simple, beautiful centerpiece that celebrates springtime.

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      • Wonder Wednesday - UpCycled Seed Starter Pots

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        Learn to make these fun and easy recycled cardboard tube seed starter pots! Sprout your seeds in up-cycled style. Good for your garden, wallet, and good for the earth too! Children ages 6 and up will love to get their garden started with this fun project!

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        • Grafting Tomatoes for Normal People

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          More detailed info on grafting tomatoes available at www.FARMstanza.com There are gardeners that have greenhouses, propagation rooms, misting systems, and so on -- and then there are normal people. Normal people have a dining room table or maybe a living room that their cohabitants have graciously given up for the start of the garden season. If you're capable of starting your own seeds, then nothing is stopping you from grafting your own tomatoes. Grafting is the tomato equivalent to taking a person, and combining a great sense of humor with drop-dead-sexy looks. Right, it's a no-brainer. Grafted tomatoes produce more fruit, produce later into the season, and are more disease resistant than ordinary tomatoes. Here are some methods that helped me achieve over an 85% success rate grafting tomatoes -- in my dining room. Once you graft your own, you'll never go back to the old, ordinary tomato.

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          • Successful Seed Starting Tips

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            From www.FARMstanza.com If you're serious about growing your own food, then you need to start you're own seeds. Growing your veggie plants from seed instead of buying plants will definitely save you loads of cash. Seed starting is also a great way of jumping into the garden season while it's still freezing outside! Have a seed starting party as a spring kick off -- BYOS (bring your own seed) -- trade varieties and big tomato stories. Here are a few tricks the pros use to make starting your own easy.

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            • Growing Microgreens from Seed to Harvest

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              With just a few simple items, you can grow microgreens at home. It only takes about two weeks to harvest your first crop. For more details, read the article, How to Grow Microgreens: http://www.gardeners.com/How-to-Grow-Microgreens/7987,default,pg.html&SC=XNET9217

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              • Plant Spacing - Suburban Homestead EP4

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                Mid spring is the time to plant outside the seedlings you have started earlier inside. Learn about the importance of hardening off plants before planting and explore the right spacing for planting vegetables. Suburban Homestead is a web-series devoted to gardening and sustainability. Bi-monthly episodes with practical how-tos. Created by: Siloe Oliveira

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                • 6/10/2013 Heirloom lemon cucumber wins the race as most impressive germination, on 5th day.

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                  Heirloom lemon cucumber seeds came from Seed Savers Exchange. Other fast germinators included watermelon, red cabbage and purple tomatillos.

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                  • Parsley Chard Fennel 2012-2013

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                    This time-lapse video covers 1.5 years in Southern California, an entire growing season for Pepper, Chard, Parsley, and Fennel. These plants grew to maturity in the Student Garden at Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, CA.

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                    • An Introduction to Plant Propagation Part 2 VOD

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                      An Introduction to Plant Propagation Part 2 Propagating your own plants is fun, lets you grow hard-to-find plant material, and can save you money. Packed with practical, hands-on information, An Introduction to Plant Propagation shows you how to start your own plants from seed, by division, cuttings, layering, and grafting. Not only excellent for students and employees, this program is also ideal for gardening enthusiasts who want to learn more about growing their own plants. Running time: 91 minutes. Four horticulture experts take the mystery out of plant propagation with step-by-step instructions. Reviewed by a panel of teachers for accuracy, An Introduction to Plant Propagation is one of the most comprehensive programs available on the subject. User-friendly menus take you to concise, easy-to-understand segments that will get you started with your propagation projects. An Introduction to Plant Propagation shows you: • Plant propagation history and basic concepts • How to select and use propagation tools and materials • How to grow plants from seed in containers or in the garden • Plant division basics • How to do stem, leaf, and root cuttings • Basic layering and grafting techniques • Tour of a commercial wholesale nursery • How to propagate cacti and succulents Your host, Don Marquardt, ASLA, has taught Landscape Architecture Professional Certificate Courses at UCLA Extension for twenty-seven years. A licensed landscape architect with experience in both public and private residential landscape projects, Don recently retired as Parks Superintendent for Culver City, California. In this program Don is joined by: David King, Director, The Learning Garden Paula Henson, Owner, Terra Bella Landscape Design Richard Kohlschreiber, Trustee, South Coast Botanic Garden Tom Jesh, Owner, Daylily Hill Nursery Other programs in this series cover landscape design, plant selection and installation, lawn installation, and perennial gardening. Winner of these awards: Aegis Award Finalist, Communicator Award. “A user-friendly, ‘hands-on’ guide enthusiastically recommended…” Midwest Book Review “A solid introduction to techniques that every gardener worth his or her compost should know, this is recommended.” Video Librarian

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