Todd's Seeds wants to make sure that your health and the health of this planet we all live on is first and foremost in choosing what seeds we sell, and making sure that they are grown on organic farms and handled in such a way that the organic nature of the seeds are not compromised. We do not allow the use of any GMO methods in any growing regiment, and we are quick to make sure that any seed production from which we are buying inventory is kept separate from any other crop that may be GMO.
There are so many varieties of Summer and winter squash it’s hard to keep them straight! Not to mention determining when to plant what! Well the Ultimate Squash Gardening Guide will help you tremendously by clarifying when each type of squash should be planted and harvested.
Perennial plants are a great way to brighten your flower garden with color. Once established these plants come back stronger each season and make a strong impact. Unfortunately though perennials typically are at their best in spring or fall and the middle of summer your garden is most likely lacking color! Here are some tips to help you choose the best perennials for color all season long!
Why Don’t My Seeds Come Up? – Problems with Seed Germination
Growing vegetables from seed can be a lot of fun but if you’re having problems with germination, it’s usually an easy fix. Find out the typical problems people usually face when growing vegetables from seed and what you can do to fix these issues.
Osaka Purple Mustard is some of the coolest looking Microgreens available! That beautiful green with the speckles of purple are impossible to find in any other plant.
Up here in Michigan, it’s still cold and snowy but spring is coming faster than we think! It’s important to get a head start on your garden and plan what you’re going to grow and when. Learn the hardiest vegetables that you can plant as early as February!
Growing Kale in your garden has so many health benefits it’s time to stop neglecting it! Not only does it carry the same cancer curing antioxidant as broccoli, but you can also make delicious kale chips! YUM!
Read More about Growing KALE!
If you live in a part of the country where winter is not a time for constant snow and ice, you can garden all year round. Winter is a good time for you to think about starting flower seeds outdoors that will quickly start to flower in the cooler weather of spring. Here is a convenient guide to help you pick the best spring flowers!
The whole zombie apocalypse idea is a big joke to me but the reality is that there are so many other possible disasters that can happen causing an apocalypse. There is a doomsday coming soon. Maybe 5 years, maybe 20, but it is coming. I know I want to be prepared when it does happen so a Seed Packet Survival Kit is definitely on my list of things to have in my underground shelter!
What a beautiful vertical garden! Herbs are my personal favorite to grow indoors.
Creating a vertical garden is a dream for many. While so many have made their dream a reality either by DIY, hiring a professional or adding a makeshift substitution, there are still some skeptics out there. What an easier way to dip your toe in the water and grab an already situated wall planter for some indoor (or outdoor) herb gardening on the fly.
This particular garden is detailed out with a chalkboard frame, offering up the ten vertical slots available to be planted with the herbs or other plants of your choosing. Not only that but then you are able to label them with whatever name or hand-drawn image to your liking.
Water your plants from the top and watch the nourishing water trickle down into the hidden catch tray and nourish your budding indoor garden.
More and more people want to be able to grow their own food – that way you know what has been done to it and exactly where it has come from. You can enjoy garden fresh produce, rich in vitamins and tasting so much better than at the grocery store. But many people don’t have a garden, or have no room for #vegetables. You may already be sprouting #seeds or growing #microgreens, so #hydroponic systems are a natural next step for you to take. Learn how to grow your own vegetables using hydroponics.
There are so many edible weeds and flowers which could save your life if your yard is full of them during a food shortage. See which plants you should invest in planting in your garden…
Microgreens are delicious, healthy, and easy to grow. Learn the difference between sprouts and microgreens how to grow microgreens.