Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Let the Winter Sowing Begin

In just a few months my plant babies will return! :) Now that the snow is up to my knees, I suppose it's time to start thinking about winter sowing. Anyone else planting anything now for next spring?

8 comments:

Orcsmom said...

I am with you! I am counting the days down until I can "play in the dirt", as hubby says. Good to see you blogging again, I missed ya!

Hugs!
Pam

Teresa said...

I can almost sniff the wonderful fragrance of your flowers - thanks for sharing on such a cold day here in sC. I enjoyed reading your paper piecing tutorial - we do it pretty much the same and it is one of my fav techniques too.

Pat said...

Spring can't come quickly enough for ME!!! Thanks for the flowery post!!!

Melissa's Thoughts said...

I am so ready for spring to get here. I miss the warm sun and the sweet summer breezes. Come thou summer breeze come.

katie said...

Great flowers in your garden. I am not much of a gardener, we have so many rock here in Warsaw, but I do have some native plants in my yard, that is much easier that trying to grow something from another area.
Love your blog.
I quilt some and rug hook, but have not done paper piecing.

Suzy said...

What a beautiful garden! Eye candy. :o)

Takako said...

Oh, your garden is beautiful! I can't wait to see them in the spring!!!
Thank you for sharing beautiful photos and I'm glad to see you back here again.

Corner Gardener Sue said...

I keep thinking I'm going to try some winter sowing, but haven't so far. I do scatter seeds on the ground in the fall, though.

I sure enjoyed seeing your pretty flowers. Those sweet peas look great in a mass like that. I think I thinned mine too much last year.