How to Grow a Seed

Having just read this book to my kids tonight and with some seeds we just planted coming up in the last couple of days, here’s a list of articles on gardening that I’ve been meaning to get out.

First, “Grow the Ultimate Vegetable Garden” by Jasmin Malik Chua over at Planet Green. For those of you still thinking about having a garden but still haven’t done it.

Next, for those of you into gardening and cycling, check out “The Women’s Garden Cycles Tour” over at Ecospace.

If you don’t have much room for building a garden, then try container gardening and I highly recommend this article entitled “This ain’t your grandaddy’s farm – urban agriculture catching on” by Patrick Metzger at Green Daily.

Finally, if you need a reason to plant a garden, here’s the article for you. It’s “The World Needs a Farming Revolution! Declares U.N. Report” by Tim McGee at Treehugger.

Maybe that’ll plant a seed in someone!

 

Green Librarian

 

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One response to this post.

  1. Posted by theeatdown on June 10, 2008 at 8:06 am

    I would love to get more into vegetable and herb gardening. Unfortunately, I’m in a relatively tiny apartment, but at least I can start on herbs soon. Thanks for the links. I will definitely look into them now for some tips to keep in mind for the future.

    Have you had a chance to check out sustainabletable.org, or slowfoodusa.org? You might be interested in them if you’re into gardening and being environmentally friendly.

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