Like these lemon drop tomatoes, from Seed Savers Exchange (SSE),
another ultra-reliable seed source for us.
Seeds are an affordable indulgence. What else can you buy online for $2.75 plus shipping with so much inherent potential? Not saying seed orders don't quickly build into real money for many of us, but seeds never go to waste around here.
calls out to me from the new 2011 SSE selections.Hermitage Triangle Community Garden and I tossed the oldest seeds into my own in-ground garden, where they did well. And Debbie shared her Franchi seeds with us.
Now we can feel righteous about buying fresh seed for the coming growing season.
Maybe Bruce and his friends at the in-ground community garden could use this gorgeous Frances Perry poppy in their perennial beds. Why not?
A few lunar eclipse links...
- Homegrown Evolution has a good post on peat moss. I'm conflicted. After three years of growing in SIPs, it appears to be the very best medium.
- Fast Grow the Weeds talks about sorrel, a new crop for us last year immensely enjoyed for its citrus-like tang.
- Feast your eyes on the tomato selection from SSE.