Moving along: wild petunias, dyer’s coreopsis, and wild tobacco

Today I spent some time getting more plants in. I got all the wild white petunias (Petunia axillaris) into large pots. I grew these two years ago and thought I had plenty of seed to last, but it sold out the first year. Last year I forgot to start it and grew Petunia integrifolia, the […]

Satisfaction Starting Plants: yarrow, feverfew, nightshade, foxglove & more

I love growing plants from seed, especially when it’s successful.:) This year is working out pretty well along those lines. While it’s true that a number of seeds that needed cold stratification did not do well when transplanted into soil, others that I started directly in peat pellets or that needed warmth to germinate are […]