Growing in raised beds can be really rewarding. A common question that arises for people interested in growing in a raised bed for the first time is “what do I put in it?” as it pertains to soil. You want to make sure your garden soil has enough nutrients in it to sustain your crops throughout the growing season, that it isn’t too acidic or too alkaline, and that you have good drainage and soil density. Figuring out how much soil to put in your bed when ordering (or finding your own) supplies is also important!
In part 1 of this blog post, I explained what stratification is and why you need to do it. In this second portion, I'll walk through two techniques to stratify seeds yourself. The first techniques requires 4 or more weeks, while the second technique only requires 7 days.
Skip the fuss- plant your wildflower seeds in the fall! Learn why fall is the best time to plant your wildflowers seeds. We provide easy to follow steps on when, where and how to plant them for easy-peasy spring wildflowers.