Start Seeds With Us: Everything You Need For Summer!

Start Seeds With Us: Everything You Need For Summer!

It’s that time of year again…pop out your seed packs, grab some trays, and garden with us!


→ Bright Lights Cosmos:
→ Senora Zinnia:
→ Envy Zinnia:
→ Long Standing Cilantro:
→ Tetra Dill:
→ Moss Curled Parsley:
→ Orange Sun Pepper:
→ Summer Savory:
→ Shisito Pepper:
→ Tasty Green Cucumber:
→ Purple Beuty Pepper:
→ Spacemaster 80 Cucumber:
→ Numex Joe E. Parker:
→ Alyssum Oriental Nights:
→ Jalafuego Jalapeno:
→ Charentais Melon:
→ Santaka Pepper:
→ Crimson Sweet Watermelon:
→ Thai Hot Chile Pepper:
→ Dirani Summer Squash:
→ Fiesta Blend Nasturtium:
→ Alaska Variegated Nasturtium:
→ Georgia Southern Collards:


→ Shop:
→ Seeds:


→ All Our Channels:
→ Blog:
→ Podcast:
→ Discord:
→ Instagram:
→ TikTok:
→ Pinterest:
→ Twitter:
→ Facebook:
→ FB Group:

00:00 – Intro
01:27 – Bright Lights Blend
01:54 – Peter Pepper
02:29 – Senora Zinnia
02:50 – Biquinho White
03:24 – Buena Mulata
04:10 – Envy Zinnia
04:34 – Leysa Pepper
04:43 – Long Standing Cilantro
06:44 – “Tumor”
07:11 – Tetra Dill
07:37 – Red Red Redemption
07:48 – Moss Curled Parsley
08:31 – Orange Sun
09:26 – Summer Savory
10:02 – Shishito Chile
10:19 – Tasty Green
10:46 – Purple Beauty
12:45 – Space Master 80
13:06 – Golden Cal Wonder
13:27 – Numex Joe E. Parker
13:45 – Oriental Nights
14:12 – Charentais Cantaloupe
14:41 – Jalafuego Jalapeno
15:26 – Santaka Chile
15:59 – Crimson Sweet Watermelon
17:21 – Thai Chile
17:31 – Dirani Summer Squash
17:57 – Fiesta Blend
18:15 – Capsicum Chinense
18:30 – Oho De Peysha Laranja Pepper
18:54 – Georgia Southern Collards
19:21 – “Molly” Capsicum Annuum

See also  Is Fertilizer Necessary To Have A Successful Garden?


Epic Gardening occasionally links to goods or services offered by vendors to help you find the best products to care for plants. Some of these may be affiliate links, meaning we earn a small commission if items are purchased. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. More info on our process:

Organic Gardening Woes? Try These Great Ideas!

Does it ever seem like nothing grows properly in your garden, except for weeds? Well, do not despair. There are many proven ideas and suggestions on how to keep your garden looking beautiful and healthy. All you need is the right information. Start your research by reading this article for some practical advice.

Planting a bare-root rose. Bare-root roses are best planted at the beginning of their dormant period to lessen the shock of transplanting. If the roots look dry, soak them in a bucket of water for a few hours before planting. Remove diseased or damaged stems, and trim any thick roots by a third. Place the rose in a freshly dug hole, spreading out the roots and checking that the bud union is slightly above ground level. Backfill with soil and water thoroughly.

Controlling pests is essential to a high yield garden. There are a variety of products available on the market that will kill any invasive pest in the garden. Many organic pest controls have been perfected over the years that work very well, although they can be more expensive than chemical alternatives. With a quick internet search one can find many safe home remedies for pest control too.

See also  Seeds to Start in March

Invest in a good pair of gardening gloves to protect your hands while working outdoors. Whether you are working with plants with thorns or with fertilizer, gloves can protect your skin from damage from both plants and chemicals. They also do a great job at protecting your hands from dirt or sap stains and make cleanup much easier.

Dish washing soap can repel insects. If you find insects ravaging your garden, fill a spray bottle with water and add a squirt of dish soap. Spray the foliage of your plants and watch the insects flee. They will leave your garden alone until the soap washes away. Simply reapply as needed.

A helpful solution for getting rid of a few slugs in your garden is to set out a container of beer. Just take a small plastic cup or container (plastic margarine bowl works great) and tuck it down into your garden beds near the area where the slugs are known to appear. Be sure the lip of the dish is level to the ground and then fill it with beer. The beer attracts the slugs into the dish where they will drown. You will have to dispose of the slugs and reset the beer “trap” every couple days, but your slugs will disappear.

If your flower beds have diseased or dead plants in them, it is best to remove them as soon as possible to prevent the spread of disease. It is a good idea to clean out your flower beds in the fall so that the soil will benefit from freezing over the winter by killing the pests or disease-causing organisms in the soil. Cleaning out your beds in the fall will help prevent the spread of disease to your spring flowers.

See also  How To Grow Jalapenos In Pots

Plant fruits and vegetables that you know you like. If you have children, having them help in the garden will make them want to eat the food that they grow. You will be able to save money on your fresh produce as well as know that your family is eating the best produce around.

Economize when watering. When watering your garden, try to water using a vessel instead of a hose: this way you will be able to direct the water straight to the roots. Using a hose means that a lot of water will end up on the leaves, and may evaporate before it has a chance to reach the soil. Only water in the early morning or late evening, as this can help to reduce evaporation. Whenever you plant something new, it will require constant watering to become established, so if possible, put off new planting until the Fall. This way, nature will be able to do much of the watering for you.

Taking care of your garden is not rocket science. As you have read from this article, there are many simple things that you can do to keep your garden looking lovely. Try different things, and choose the methods that are most suitable for your lifestyle. When you learn the right methods, your garden is sure to thrive.

You May Also Like

Cammie Simmons

About the Author: Cammie Simmons

Cammie Simmons encourages others to embrace the joys of gardening. She firmly believes that nurturing plants not only enhances the physical environment but also promotes mental and emotional well-being.