Author Archives: High Mowing Organic Seeds

Time to Plant Fall Onions for Overwintering!

It’s a little-known fact that many seasoned gardeners don’t know: you can grow onions (and shallots) in the winter. These super-hardy plants can survive incredibly cold temperatures with a little protection, and provide quality bulbs even after they bolt in … Continue reading

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August GIVEAWAY! Preserve the Harvest Canning Kit

This month we’re giving one lucky winner a brand-new set of canning supplies! Will this be the year you put up the Vermont obsession, dilly beans, or foray into a world of pickled beets? Whatever your fancy, we’re giving away … Continue reading

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July GIVEAWAY – A Taste of Food Independence!

This month we’re celebrating food independence–and giving away a great set of things to help you get there. We want YOU to extend the harvest using: our organic Winter Garden Seed Collection our Seed Starting Kit, which includes: a 50-cell … Continue reading

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Keep it Covered: A Guide to Fall Cover Crops

Planting cover crops is a powerful way to improve your soil. Cover crops perform a host of valuable functions like increasing soil organic matter, fixing nitrogen, breaking up compaction, suppressing weeds and preventing erosion. In this guide we’ll discuss your … Continue reading

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Lettuce Plan: Developing a Lettuce Program for your Region

Here at High Mowing we’re proud to offer an organic lettuce for almost every location, season and use. Whether it’s the middle of winter in Maine, a rainy spring in Oregon, a blistering Arizona summer, or even a trip to … Continue reading

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Enter to Win our Father’s Day GIVEAWAY!

In celebration of dads, fathers, pops or your old man, this month we’re giving a lucky one a sweet set of garden goodies, including: our NEW Organic T-shirt our NEW (and very spiffy) Eco-Trucker hat our favorite garden tool, the … Continue reading

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Tools of the Trade: Our Staff Favorites

As soon as we starting asking our staff what their favorite tools were, we realized that everyone, without exception, loved something different. So we divided them into 5 categories to help you learn more about the best tools for each … Continue reading

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Enter to WIN our Kid’s Garden GIVEAWAY!

Enter to WIN! This month we’re giving away a selection of goodies to help your kid have a great garden season, including: A kid’s hand tool set from Gardener’s Supply, which includes a small trowel, rake, and shovel A pair … Continue reading

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How to Grow Your Own Organic, Non-GMO Chicken Feed!

Keeping a flock of laying hens is a fun way to provide a homegrown protein source, put kitchen scraps to good use, and produce far more beautiful and nutritious eggs than those found in supermarket chains. But raising chickens – … Continue reading

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Growing Partners: Desde mi Huerto

This article is part of Growing Partners, our new series of articles focusing on the farmers, gardeners, seed growers, breeders, vendors, donation recipients and non-profits we work with who are making waves in sustainable agriculture. Together they form a revolution … Continue reading

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