I am always eager to start the new season and today is the day. We are planting a second go round of some of those plants we planted in fall that have wintered over and are ready to bloom when spring comes. By replanting them in really early spring (cold doesn’t hurt them) we can extend our bloom time. Those planted in fall are ready to pop into action, those planted in March will take time to get established and then start getting ready to bloom. They will not be quite as tall or as abundant, but it is sure nice to have a fresh crop coming on when the others are past their peak.
What I am starting: Rudbeckia Indian Summer, Rudbeckia Prairie Sun, Rudbeckia Double Daisy, Ammi, Green Mist, Buplerum, Dill, Snaps, Dianthus, Salvia Blue Bedder, and Feverfew.
All available on our store under Seeds then Fall Planted seeds.
Yeah, the season is starting!