It’s seed thyme!
I love getting seed catalogs and I love it when the garden centers have seeds! Yesterday we were at Lowes and yes the seeds were out! I found a few Burpee gems that I am very excited about…
PURITY ZINNIA: 5″ white dahlia-like flowers that are “wonderful for bouquets”!!! These are going to look so good with the roses!
MILKMAID NASTURTIUM: This delicate cream-colored climber is the closest thing to a white nasturtium that exists.
EXQUISITE ZINNIA: A spectacular Burpee-bred heirloom. Large 4-5″ blooms open red and age to soft pink. I bet these will be fabulous vased with my pink & red roses!
KALEIDOSCOPE MIX LARKSPUR: A blend of Larkspur species: D. ajacis, D. regatlis, D. ambigua and D. yunnanense. Larkspur is a wonderful companion to roses!
KALEIDOSCOPE MIX CARROT: Mix includes 20% each of Atomic Red, Bambino, Cosmic Purple, Solar Yellow and Lunar White. FUN!
LITTLE FINGER CARROT: Tiny gourmet carrots that grow only 3 1/2″ long, perfect for serving whole. YUM
I will add these packages to my very organized (thanks to my Seed Keeper) seeds left over from last year!
Now back to the seed catalogs to search for more treasures. Another one I must have is Nigella!
What seeds are you excited about this year?
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Wonderful choices for your garden. I haven’t started buying yet. Love looking at seed catalogs!!
Good morning Susan. Yes, there is just something special about seeds! Have a great day!
Starting seeds is fun. I always get such a feeling of accomplishment starting from seed then harvesting later. I am looking for Broccolini. I have a tip that ‘Apollo’ broccoli is similar.
Hummmm I haven’t grown broccoli in a long time. Maybe this is the year! 🙂
I’m looking forward to the new herbs and tomatoes we’re going to try to grow this year.
The rainbow carrots are so colorful. Bet the grandkids would like to try these.
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You will only have to buy Nigella once! Forms seeds like crazy. I prefer the blue but the white is nice too.
Love Nigella! It is so great in arrangements.