Saturday, February 20, 2010


I finally started my Winter Sowing today! If you want to know details about this method, click HERE. This is what I've started with:

1. Candytuft
2. Alyssum
3. Cleome
4. Dwarf Zinnia
5. Flax, Charmer Mix

Have a good weekend!


Linda said...

Oh very cool to start your own seeds. I will visit that site and check it out!

Creative Breathing said...

Hello! I wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed your Crooner post. I'm not that old (maybe just a little old)and I know who Rudy Vallee is because my group of friends as teenagers were crazy about old movie stars. Rudy was the first music heart throb - imagine! You have given me such inspiration with your kitchen border. My kitchen is also yellow, and I haven't had a clue what to do with so much of the color. I will be on the look out for REDS! Have a lovely week ahead! Elizabeth

Cherry Chick said...

You must post pictures when they are up and blooming. That Candytuft is my favorite. :-)

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Now those are some of my favorites. I haven't tried going them from seed. I'll have to give it a try. I find the slugs always get my little seedling babies. :(

AshTreeCottage said...

What a great technique. Thanks!

Susan and Bentley

Holly, the Old Western Gal said...

My dear girl, there appears to be white stuff, which seeds are allergic to, all over that picture!!!

I am going to be most interested in your seed-starting method!

Shelley Germann said...

I need to check this out. It looks VERY interesting. I had planned on starting my seeds today! I have my grow lights and a nice spot in the basement for 8 flats, but I will still give it a look, because it is so darn intriguing.

Funny because I thought about blogging about my seed starting, too!

Shelley Germann said...

Well, I finally went to the site and did a little reading. There is a lot of info! It's a technique worth keeping in mind. I suppose you haven't had anything germinate yet?

My set-up is neither expensive (in relative terms) or elaborate. I'm just thinking, I should blog about it......just as a FYI post.