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Planting a Seed

Planting a Seed

As the air grows colder, it’s good to remember you can still grow veggies and more indoors. And there is always spring next year. We have all the seeds you need. From the best sources. Renee’s Garden, Seeds of Change, Baker Creek Heirlooms. We can also advise you on how best to grow now with the changing season. And don’t forget we have Traces own enormous seed garlic as well as Sandhill Farms. … Read entire article »

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Eat More Kale!

Eat More Kale!

Here at Traces Organic Garden, we love kale. We will be growing bunches of it throughout the season for you to buy for your dinner table. And right now we have it by seed and seedlings in the following varieties: Red Russian, Lacinato AKA Dinosaur, Siberian, Red Winter, Chinese, Blue Curl, Portuguese AKA Beira AKA Sea Kale, and Starbor-Red and Green. Our seeds come from some of the best producers such as Seeds of … Read entire article »

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Now Is the Time to Start Thinking About Planting

Now Is the Time to Start Thinking About Planting

Spring is not too far away. Now is the perfect time to pick up seeds from great sources like Renee’s Garden, Seeds of Change, Seed Savers Exchange, Botanical Interests, Bakers Creek Heirloom. Starting seeds in the coming weeks is easy. And we’d love to show you how. Stop by Traces for more info. 1432 South 1100 East Salt Lake City, Utah. The Very Best Place for All Your Organic Garden Needs. Coming in March, come by … Read entire article »

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Yes, We’ve Got Seeds

Yes, We’ve Got Seeds

Traces Garden in Salt Lake City has a wide variety of seeds you can still plant in late June and early July. The soil is just warming up and ready for planting seed from Renee’s Garden, Seeds of Change, Botanical Interests, Shepherd’s Seeds, and Utah’s own Wildflowers Unltd. Herbs like oregano, basil, thyme and sage can be planted in ground or in containers. Summer squash and carrots can still go in the ground. … Read entire article »

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