February 2012

  1. Sowing Spring Salads

    Looking forward to a scrumptious spring salad again?  ME TOO! There’s nothing quite like the first-of-the-season homegrown greens for flavor and freshness.  Warmer weather is right around the corner in most regions, so it is time again to begin planning for those early greens.  I’ve compiled a list of organic spring salad varieties (including radishes) that are great garden starters...
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  2. Organic Onions & Shallots for the Entire Season

    Alliums – onions, shallots – are a culinary staple and great to have available for the whole season – whether at your market stand or in your garden. Not only are alliums tasty, but they are also highly nutritious, believed to have anti-inflammatory, anticholesterol, anticancer, and antioxidant properties. Planting for a Long Harvest Window All alliums should be seeded at...
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  3. How High Mowing Organic Seeds Chooses Our Variety Selection

    When the seed catalogs arrive, in late autumn and on into the spring, don’t we all just love to crack them open and pour over the descriptions – visual, written or both – of all the varieties inside? If seeds represent the potential for new life and nourishment, then a seed catalog represents the blueprint of that potential. Seed catalog...
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  4. 1st Annual Seed Swap at the NOFA-VT Winter Conference!

    Many of our staff at High Mowing are headed over to Burlington this weekend to attend the NOFA-VT Winter Conference. We hope you all plan to come and bring some seed with you, because we're hosting the: 1st Annual NOFA-VT Seed Swap! When: Saturday, Feb 11th, 2012 -  7:30-9:30pm Where:4th floor of the Davis Center (next to the Dinner &...
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