Growing Herbs from Seed
I'm planting seeds this weekend -- corralling them from the garage, office drawers and the freezer. I'm watching the mail for a few new additions, too. It's sooo exciting!
If you're starting seeds this year, give them plenty of room to sprout. This is one of my many failings. I want lots of plants and always crowd my seeds, making it harder to transplant seedlings later. Don't make the same mistake. Start your seeds right, and give them a good beginning in life.
Oh, if you haven't started a garden from seed, it's one of the most satisfying and fun ways to put an individual stamp on your landscape. Yes, those flats full of marigolds and impatiens from the nursery are very appealing -- but plant motherhood is awesome.
I can't wait.
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