Last updated on May 27th, 2012
1. Lupinus polyphyllus (Lupines; ‘Russell Hybrids Mix’)
2. Linum perenne (Blue Flax)
3. Primula japonica (“Candelabra primrose”)*
4. Centaurea cyanus (Bachelor Buttons – blue)
5. Myosotis (Forget-Me-Nots; a patch of this reseeding annual is pictured above in my Woodland Garden)
6. Lathyrus (Sweet Peas, mixed colors)
7. Delphinium elatum (‘Pacific Giants’)
8. Digitalis (Foxglove; Gloxinaflora Mix)
9. French Tarragon
10. Verbena tenuisecta (Moss verbena; purple)
11. Alcea rosea (dwarf hollyhock; ‘Marjorette’ mix)
12. Parsley (Single Italian Plain-leaved) How I Preserve this Herb
13. Broccoli ‘Nutri-Bud’ (an heirloom variety which forms huge heads, pictured above in last year’s Kitchen Garden)
14. Antirrhinum (Snapdragon; ‘Fordhook Tall’ mix)
15. Spinach ‘Baby’s Leaf’ (hybrid)
*divided between 2 containers
Not familiar with winter-sowing? The details are here. Not sure what to sow, or when? This will help you. And if you live in a mild climate, and already have winter-sown seedlings to transplant, be sure to read my transplanting how-to.
So tell me: how many jugs have you planted…and what’s in them?
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