My first episode y’all!!! As I am aligning my thoughts to share with you, I thought I would take you along as my season is already unfolding here. Do you peek under the row covers? I find it to be the scariest thing this farmer can do in mid-winter. Links to my books mentioned: Cool
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Returning home from travel to my Cool Flowers garden is almost as good as reuniting with Stevie and Tuc. The bupleurum plants pictured are just one of many cool-season hardy annuals that are patiently sitting and waiting for their time to shine in my spring garden. Since they were planted at the optimal time for
I stumbled into learning about cool-season hardy annual flowers a couple of decades ago. My interest had been sparked by flower farming and I wanted to jump in with both feet, but we were heading into winter, what now? While I knew practically nothing about farming at this point, I did know this: I
Who are these flowers? The cool-season hardy annuals that light spring on fire and are some of my favorites. I’m talking about some of the better known flowers like bachelor buttons, poppies, and larkspur along with some unknowns like bupleurum and the famous but what seems unattainable bells of Ireland. What is a self sower?
Revisiting the Cool Flowers concept. Cool-season growing is difficult to wrap our heads around, but once you get it— you will love cool-season gardening! Pretty much no matter where you live you can plant cool-season hardy annuals, we all may just plant them at different times! Purchase Cool Flowers here .