We want to thank you all for your patience and understanding during this chaotic time. We know that many of you have waited 3 weeks to a month and that is frustrating and wildly different from the usual Pinetree customer experience. Orders placed April 15-23 will be leaving this week. We are accepting new orders as of 5/18. We anticipate those orders leaving in 10-14 business days. We thank you in advance for your patience.
Due to the pandemic and the unprecedented demand for seeds and gardening supplies, our stock is quite limited.
Many of your favorite varieties may not be available for now, but we still have a robust selection and are adding back out of stock items everyday.
We’re opening our phone lines for orders and inquiries from 8-12 mon-fri. Please know that our email inboxes are inundated so response times are slow.
Thank you for your understanding and your support!
One of the problems you may run into with growing your own food is simply having too much of it! You can only eat and give away so much, so an alternative is canning or preserving it! By canning your own fruits and veggies, you can save money and learn how to be almost completely self-reliant concerning food. When you really break it down, canning is just food science. When you preserve food, you are basically freezing time.
So, the hard part is over, right? Getting seeds to germinate and keeping them alive long enough to admire them is a rush… but now what to do? They’re going to keep getting bigger, and we know that the small peat pots they’re in aren’t going to do the trick forever. Well, this is where transplanting comes in.
If you have ever visited the agricultural exhibits at your county or state fair and wondered how to grow giant pumpkins, our guide below can take you from planting pumpkin seeds to a first-place finish this fall. The secret? Choosing the right variety of pumpkin seeds—and committing to hands-on gardening techniques to pile on the pounds.
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