Spring is right around the corner, right? Yeah, I know, wishful thinking. I do wish spring began right after New Year's Day, though. Wouldn't that be loverly!
|My first two 2011 seed catalogs arrived last week! Yippee! Aren't they pretty! |
Nichol's Garden Nursery and Totally Tomatoes are two of my favorite companies. Check them out-- plotting and planning a garden is good for the soul and a terrific remedy for an early case of springfever!
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I love gardening, thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Maria @ LSS
Trust me, I do love perusing these kinds of catalogs. I just wish I could buy some of these, and some of those, and ohhhhhhhhh ya, some of that!!!!ReplyDelete
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I take back what I said about not missing life in the countryReplyDelete
Surely it's never too early to think of plants! A very welcome thought as I freeze looking out at the snow on the ground. Happy planning!ReplyDelete
You hardly see seed catalogs or the little packages of seed anymore. It may be I am not looking for them anymore.ReplyDelete
You got seed catalogs already?! I never get any until after Christmas. I just love to pour over them on a really cold wintery day!ReplyDelete
Oooh! How big is your garden? I had my first kitchen garden this year and I loved it, but only some of my red tomatoes did well. I am looking forward to what crops I'll try next year too.ReplyDelete
I love seed catalogues! I can spend hours reading the descriptions and dreaming of the perfect garden.ReplyDelete
I am a sucker for phrases like "flowers the size of dinner plates"!
Can't wait for Spring! We grew our first tomatoes this year and I can't wait to branch out in 2011.ReplyDelete
I love that Nichols catalog front. That would be pretty framed.ReplyDelete
I love dreaming about gardening, the dreams always turn out much better. But, I haven't given up yet. :~) Great pics !ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas !
Thanks for the great comments! Happy gardening! May all your puttering dreams come true!!ReplyDelete
Carol: It was a surprise-- my catalogs usually don't arrive till Jan.
Sweet Bee: I'm in the country with lots of space so have a big regular veg garden and several raised bed gardens.
Hooked on memes: me too!
Melody: wouldn't it, though!