Sometimes I try a do it yourself project and it works. Sometimes, not so much. These are seeds I gathered from our vegetable garden last fall. Pumpkin, squash, pepper, and arugula. Saving seeds is supposed to be simple. These seeds are ready to plant. I think. Keep your fingers crossed for me. I’ll keep you posted.
Next time, I’m going to wear gloves when I try to get seeds from very ripe peppers. My nail beds were burning for several hours after this project!
How are your garden plans coming along? Do you save your seeds?
Go Gingham related links:
How to stake tomato plants – a very stylishly frugal method!
Why my tomato plants are happy – what I plant with them
My non-gardener-gardening-strategy – yes, non gardeners can fake it
Three easy herbs to grow – you won’t be able to kill these, I promise!
How to build a raised vegetable bed
Growing vegetables in small spaces – I call it “sky gardening”
One thought on “Saving Seeds from Your Garden”
It’s amazing how you can totally miss things that are so simple. I never thought to get seeds from my vegetables! I’ve been mulling over starting an inside (still pretty cold in this coastal Alaskan town) veggie plot. Now that I know I don’t have to buy seeds, I might have a weekend project!
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