Doing a garden inventory
With our weather being nicer, my perennials are beginning to pop up. I also had plants in pots that I overwintered. This next week will be quite nice for Northwest Pennsylvania, so I can get a head start on seeing what I have and might need to replace.
So far it looks like my plants are surviving this weather roller coaster quite well, better than I expected. But I still have 2 cool months ahead.
This spring I will be selling perennials so I need to know what I have and what I can start as seedlings. The seedling will not be ready until fall.
It's always nice to know what you have anyways, and a garden plan or map is helpful, especially in the spring when it's hard to identify plants.
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