Dee and Carol talked about annual flowers that attract butterflies, sowing early spring vegetables, a card deck of helpful veggie info and more.
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A few links!
'Phyllis' Marigold at Botanical Interests
'Kee's Orange' Marigold at Select Seeds
'Gem Blend Signet' Marigold Seeds at Botanical Interests
Optimum soil temps for vegetables grown from seed, compliments of Oregon State.
How to raise soil temps faster, fromPenn State.
A basic soil thermometer or something fancier that measures temperature, pH, moisture, and sunlight intensity.
On the Bookshelf: Home Harvest: Your Pocket Card Guide to Kitchen Gardening by Bridie Cotter and Tom Gaunt. (Amazon link)
Shout out to the illustrator too, Edith Rewa; she has some botanical wrapping paper and a botanical coloring book.
Dirt: A Defense of Hellebores, by Marianne Wilburn.
Carol's Blog Post on Grace Woolson.
FrostKiss Anna’s Red Hellebore
True Leaf Market
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