Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Seed Orders

Seed catalog mailings are perfectly timed - I usually get mine in late January or early February, and they serve as a great reminder that spring will be here soon. I've looked through mine about 8 times, and finally narrowed down my purchase to zucchini and broccoli seeds, seed potatoes, and strawberry plants from Burpee and catnip and coneflower seeds from Victory Seeds. (My parents grow the catnip and bring over clippings - the plants would be lovingly destroyed by my cats if they were in my backyard.)

Are you planting a garden this year? Have you ordered seeds?


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8 comments:

  1. Do you start your seeds inside? I've done that a few years with mixed results, and last year I need up buying all my starts.

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    1. No, I start my seeds outside. I have 2 cats that can't be trusted around plants. :) But I do buy some plants as starts - last year, I bought marigolds and cherry tomatoes and everything else was from seed. Plus frost-free time runs from the beginning of May to the middle of October around here, so I'm not under a huge time crunch like some other gardeners.

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  2. I don't do a garden; I just buy one or two plants each year and try to keep them alive!

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  3. my catalogue arrived and it still sitting unlooked at. soon, soon.

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  4. I'm lucky enough to be able to garden all year round. Recently I put in some peppers and some black chillies, and I can't wait until I can harvest them :)

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    1. That is nice! Hopefully they do well :)

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