April 22, 2019 at 10:37 pm #12700
Hi all! I need a good and very comprehensive seed catalog for things my 12 year old is having a hard time finding. We’ve never ordered a seed catalog so it’s new to me and Google has proven to be way too overwhelming. Any suggestions?April 23, 2019 at 3:56 pm #12705
Here’s one of the best in my opinion…
What are you guys going to grow?April 24, 2019 at 9:10 pm #12706
Thanks for sharing, I’ll check it out. We are going to attempt some fun things we’ve found in the book called “Sunflower Houses”. Some are flowers called “touch-me-nots”, others are special for a mini garden. All the plants grown in it are dwarf size. The neighbors are joining us and growing the “giant’s” garden. It’s a really neat book. There is another by the same author called “Roots Shoots Buckets and Boots. That’s a good one too, but I like “Sunflower Houses” better. 🙂 I’ll try and update if we ever get anything going 🙂
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