5 Flowers to Brighten Your Shade Garden!

Are you looking to add some vibrant color to your shady garden? Look no further! Here are five flowers that will thrive in the shadows and bring beauty and texture to your space. Hosta: With lush green leaves and delicate spikes of flowers, hostas are the perfect addition to any shady garden. Begonia: These charming flowers come in a range of colors and patterns, adding brightness to even the darkest corners. Bleeding Heart: These delicate […]

Showing Off New From Seed to Spoon Features & Answering Your Questions!

Did you miss our latest live stream? No worries, we’ve got you covered! During lunch on Wednesday, we showcased some of the newest features in our From Seed to Spoon app. Our team answered questions and shared insights about the app, as well as teased some of the upcoming features that we’re currently working on. For those who are new to From Seed to Spoon, our app is a comprehensive gardening guide that offers tips […]

Let’s Grow Something Good: Mastering Cool Season Crops for Your Garden

Are you looking to start your own garden but not sure what to plant for the cool spring season? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with the Let’s Grow Something Good webinar featuring gardening expert, Carrie from Park Seed’s app, From Seed to Spoon. Join us on Wednesday, March 1, 2023, at 7:00 pm CST (that’s 8 pm EST, 5 pm PST) to learn about the best cool season crops to plant in your garden. […]

Watering Your Winter Garden: Tips and Tricks

Watch Video Watering your garden in the winter can be a bit tricky, but it’s important to give your plants the moisture they need to stay healthy. While it’s true that plants need less water in the colder months, regular watering is still necessary, especially for container plants and those in greenhouses or cold frames. When watering your winter garden, pay attention to the soil moisture. The soil should be damp, but not waterlogged. Overwatering […]

Winter Gardening Tips: Using Plastic Bottles and PVC Pipes to Create Mini Greenhouses

Watch Video Winter gardening can be challenging, but there are some simple hacks that can help your plants thrive in the colder months. One of the easiest ways to protect your plants from the cold is by creating a mini greenhouse using plastic bottles and 5-gallon water jugs. To make a mini greenhouse, simply cut the bottom off a plastic bottle or water jug and place it over a seedling. This will create a warm, […]

Winter Gardening: The UItimate Guide to Success

Winter can be a challenging time for gardeners, but with the right planning and tools, you can still grow delicious, healthy food in the colder months. And with the From Seed to Spoon app, it’s even easier to navigate the winter gardening season. One key to success in winter gardening is choosing the right crops. Cold-hardy vegetables like spinach, kale, and carrots can handle the chill and continue to grow in the colder months. You […]

What We're Growing in February

February: What We’re Planting & Growing in Our Backyard Vegetable Garden

Although February can usher in some of our coldest temperatures of the year, it’s also the beginning of the planting season for many different foods! It’s also a great time to start planning your garden for the year and ordering seeds. Our free iOS, Android, & Web app makes growing food simple and I’m going to talk about some of the things you can start planting in February in Oklahoma.

how our plants handled the freezing weather

How Our Plants Handled the Freezing Weather

We’ve been having quite extreme ups and downs in our temperatures here in Oklahoma (zone 7). We had a sudden freeze last week and covered some of our plants and left some other plants exposed to the 20’s weather that we had. I show how all our plants (including broccoli, kale, lettuce, spinach, mesclun mix, microgreens, swiss chard, cabbage, rosemary, thyme, parsley, sage, thyme) handled the weather.