Saturday, March 15, 2014

Seed Order Has Arrived!

One of My Favorite Seed Companies, Renee's Garden Seeds!
We really didn't go overboard in ordering seeds mainly because we still have a nice selection from last year.  We do always have to have new nasturtium and sunflower seeds.  The Herbal Husband loved our cilantro (or as he says coriander) production last year and it was from Renee's Garden Seeds.  They have a beautiful website.  I found 'Sungold' tomatoes which are my favorite and I also bought a 'Pepperbox' poppy.  In case you can't read the packets, here they are:

'Slow Bolt' Cilantro
'Alaska Mix' Nasturtiums
'Whirlybird' Nasturtiums
'Cup of Sun' Nasturtiums (Very productive)
'Vanilla Berry' Nasturtiums
'Pepperbox' Poppy
'Lemon Queen' Sunflower
'Royal Flush' Sunflower
'Van Gogh' Sunflower
'Sungold' Tomatoes

We are closing in on the first day of spring in the coming week and we are still in the up and down pattern that is generally March!  The sun is out today, but the wind is still blowing.  Hopefully we can get sun and some warmer temperatures without the wind soon.  We have a lot of clean up work and it is just piling up!  Hope you are having a great day.  Talk to you later.


Carol said...

My seed orders are arriving and I've been starting some indoors. I am even more itchy for spring weather than normal this year. It's been a tough winter :( We had a warm sunny day with little wind yesterday so I worked outside for several hours cleaning beds and getting things ready. The hard winter made for a lot of extra clean up for this spring so I think this "Ole" girl is going to be sore for a while.

Pat said...

My Renee's order arrived too - had to have some of those Alaska Mix nasturtiums also!! Can you feel Spring in the air? We could but now tonight - 5 below and snow predicted first oart of the week...

Chris said...

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Lemon Verbena Lady said...

We are just getting really lazy here. We aren't planting any seeds indoors. Everything is just going out at some point when appropriate and they will be on their own! I agree with you Carol. We are all going to be sore! xo

It is still cold here as well, TO, but not -5 and snow! Although I heard we may have a dusting tonight! Yikes! It never ends! Looking forward to having nasturtiums in the garden!

Hi Chris, Stopped by your blog earlier to follow you, but it said I had to come back later! Boy, do you have a following! Will have to pay attention! Thanks for your kind words! xo

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