Now is the time to get seeds planted for your garden. Cold weather crops can go straight in the ground outside; plants that need warmer soil can be started indoors now.
March and National Nutrition Month are coming to a close, but you can still celebrate this time of year by planting seeds indoors under lights or on a sunny windowsill to be planted out on Mother's Day. Get growing!
These assorted veggies and flowers can be started indoors; and if you're interested, check back to see the number of days to germination, which will be posted.
- Italian Dandelion, Chicoriumintybus Magdeburgh (Chicory)
- Foxglove Milk Chocolate
- Nicotiana Dusty Rose: 9 days
- Chianti Dianthus: 6 days
- Amsterdam Seasoning Celery: 12 days
- Burgundy Amaranth: 6 days
- Lettuce Leaf 'Napolitano' Italian Basil: 7 days
- Red Leaf Hibiscus 'Red Shield': 8 days (initial leaves will be green; red leaves leaf out in 19 days)
- Turkish Eggplant (can't wait to grow these!): 9 days
- Heirloom Tomato 'Cherokee Purple': 7 days
- Tall Yellow McKana Columbine
- 'Heavenly Blue' (4-inch blooms) Heirloom Morning Glory: 6 days
- Amaranthus cruentus 'Hot Biscuits': 6 days
- Madagascar Jasmine
Enjoy the Taste of Eating Right!
Turkish Orange Eggplant recipe
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