Posts Tagged "Plant World Seeds"

Primula Denticulata and More

Posted by on Mar 16, 2021 in Featured Plants, Garden Thoughts | 0 comments

Primula Denticulata and More

7 March 2021 16:30 p.m. (Date I originally began this post) Sipping deliciously refreshing Moroccan green tea. Busy day today. I am sitting outside finally able to relax. So, what have I accomplished today? Trading One Fern for Another In the family room, I have a beautifully decorated ceramic pot. There, an asparagus fern (actually a herb and not a true fern) has been languishing for a while. I brought the pot outside, dug out and discarded the asparagus fern, emptied the old soil into the bed where the elderberry’s grow, filled it with black gold soil and planted my little bird’s nest fern...

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It’s the Hard That Makes It Great

Posted by on Aug 17, 2017 in Garden Thoughts | 1 comment

Transcending Spring As the snows finally subside for the season and the chances of evening frost have finally passed, it is easy to get lulled into a sense of complacency when it comes to gardening. All that snow has melted deep into the ground and there is no need to worry about watering. Each day of spring presents a brand-new miracle to behold as the earth comes alive. Nature’s magic is in full swing. As spring matures into summer, the plight of the gardener becomes apparent. Clouds are rolling in. Will it hail? Or, as it was this year, there were no clouds, only baking hot sun. Then the...

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Impatiently Waiting for Impatiens

Posted by on Feb 28, 2013 in Garden Thoughts | 0 comments

Impatiently Waiting for Impatiens

Tomorrow, March 1st, 2013 will be the second week since I planted some Impatiens seeds in the same large pot my indoor Ficus Tree currently calls home. Plant World Seeds is a wonderful mail order seed company I discovered last summer. I get emails from them from time to time and one email featured their Impatiens. I love the Impatiens or Busy Lizzy as they are commonly called. I purchased a few from my local garden center Holly Acres Nursery just before autumn of 2012 arrived. I realized I would not have long to enjoy the plants for as soon as the first frost hit, they would be gone. I...

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