I was just looking at Richter’s on line and saw all the rosemary varieties. They sell plug tray’s of 120cts of many plants that I am always tempted to buy because it is such a great deal, but can’t really reconcile why I need 120 of anything. Part of me would love to sell plants at the farmers market, but I know that it is not the right time in my life to embark on such endeavors. They do have the Limelight helichrysum, Kath, which I think you got in poor condition from Whiteflower farm, if my memory serves me.
I have been wasting time drawing diagrams of the next hunk of sod I want to remove from my yard. Kathleen sent me an email about gardening with a newborn, but I am choosing not to read it, preferring to believe that I am going to pull this off, baby and all. I bought plastic take out containers from my former restaurant supply in Syracuse today after my ultrasound (yes, I am still pregnant) which I like to use as mini greenhouses, and it is more cost efficient than continually buying salad mix at the super market. I am interested in starting some seeds outside in the cold this year, and have been looking at the winter sowing forum on garden web.
I finally got the nerve to broach the subject of where I was going to set up my shop lights with my husband. We redid our kitchen this winter, where I raised my warmer temp plants, and the rest I did in the basement, which is now almost inaccessible because we eliminated the stairs (my husband climbs down a hole in the floor with a ladder) It was perfect temp for growing on many seedlings who like it cool. On a positive note, I overheard my husband say that he wanted or we really needed a greenhouse! So, I would be really interested in hearing about others greenhouse do’s and don’ts.