I think you all know this by now, but I am cheap (well, I prefer the term frugal). I used to buy tons of annuals in the spring to fill my summer pots, only to watch them die in the fall. It seemed like such a waste of money, so I decided to start growing annuals from seed to fill my summer pots instead.
But the problem with starting annuals from seed is that they take so long to get large enough to fill my summer pots in the spring. You don’t get the immediate satisfaction that comes with buying the plants that are already mature from the nursery. (Our growing season is short here in Minnesota, I need instant gratification in my summer pots!)
Then one year I had an epiphany… Continue Reading
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