GROW: The Book
You can see the catalog on-line, too. It's beautiful!
Yes @Mary Linda Bittle - they came to our state fair a few years ago, & from their display I got quite a few seed packets that will prolly take 100 years to plant them, lol
Glad you discovered them. Have FUN 🙂
Thank you! I need to start seed shopping.
@Mary Linda Bittle Wow, what a great find! I haven't heard of them either. Bookmarked it so will go back and look around. They have articles and a blog too. 😀
Botanical Interests is great! The local nursery my son works at carries their seeds.
I loved Mary Linda Bittle's comment. Do all of us gardeners have a tendency to overbuy? I have been buying from Sow True, which has organic seed, and a lot of heirloom seed. They are in North Carolina which is close to my northern Alabama planting zone.
Right now, it's raining on top of the 2 feet of snow that covers my yard. I can't wait to be able to get out and dig in the dirt. I know all this moisture will be good for the things I've already planted. I have a pretty big yard, and the landlords like that I plant stuff. They even bring me stuff to plant. LOL. And I want to do lots of stuff that will be permanent food-producing trees and plants. And those that are "only" beautiful and fragrant.
I failed with 2 big rhubarb rhizomes from a reputable company. I'll try again, but in a different part of the yard. I'll do tomatoes this year. And some veggies.
Oh, it's so hard to keep the plans to what I can actually do in a year!
@Mary LInda Bittle, where do you live? We are in Southwest Colorado and rhubarb is one of those hard-to-kill perennials in our area....
Idaho, at 3000 feet, and 2 hours north of Boise on highway 95, just where the desert starts to turn to forest.