Growing Food Together- From Seed to Spoon Garden Tour Event on 2/16/19.
Peas are a vining plant and will require a trellis to help support them as they grow. We plant them in the winter time 4-6 weeks before our first spring frost. See how simple it is to plant!
Seed starting has always been challenging. It never failed that we would forget to water the seeds at some point and then most would die on us. We just discovered this AMAZING seed starting tray from Burpee that is self-watered for up to 10 days! It makes growing seeds indoors so simple!! Watch as us put it together and get ready to plant our seeds for the spring.
Dale talks about how we try to innovate in our garden. One of the ways we did this was to create a PVC irrigation system and a rainwater collection for watering our gardens!
We announced our February giveaway and discussed our spring growing strategy! We also showed what seeds we’re shopping for in our app and talked about our overall plan for starting seeds indoors!
Dale talks about how you can start growing food in your own backyard or patio using our FREE app!
2018 Thunder Plains Developer Conference Keynote – “Code the Change You Want to See in the World: How We Built One of the Most Popular Gardening Apps from Our OKC Living Room!”
Dale had the honor of being the keynote speaker at the 2018 Thunder Plains software developer conference in Oklahoma City, OK on November 1st at the Cox Convention Center. He shared our story of why we started growing food and how we learned to code and built our app that makes growing food simple for everyone else! We released our app in January of 2018 and it was one of the top search results for
2019 OKC Home + Garden Show – 10 Herbs You Can Easily Grow & Why You Should Be Growing Them! (Basil, Thyme & more!)
Bill Farris from Praire Wind Nursery joined Dale at the OKC Home + Garden show to talk about 10 different herbs that you can easily grow in your backyard or patio! We also talked about different ways we like to cook with each one as well as how you can preserve your harvest for later!
This video highlights clips from our September garden tour talking about our PVC row covers that we use for protection from pests and cool temperatures.