Wednesday 19 March 2008


So today I have finally got round to sowing some seeds
which will be kept on windowsills until it warms up outside.
This year I am growing alot of blue/purple flowers
as last year I had too many pink things! I am growing aquilegia' Nora Barlow' for my shady border. This years sweet peas are called 'fragrant cloud' and will be blue, along with morning glory which I've never grown.
Something else I'm trying for the first time is garlic
chives which have a pretty white flower.
An unusual seed I'm also trying is a giant buttercup that my in-laws bought back from
New Zealand, so watch this space...

This echinacea is just one of the flowers I have grown from seed, and has to be a favourite of mine along with roses of course!

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