Saturday, February 20, 2010

SEED STARTING FINALLY!


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!

8 comments:

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!

Love,
Susan and Bentley
xxoo

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.