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We got the first ship­ment of gar­den­ing stuff! 

Bean-vio­let pod­ded stringless
Okra-cajun delight
Okra-red burgundy
Pea-Ore­gon sug­ar pod II
Pea-sug­ar snap
Pep­per-gold­en bell
Pep­per-minia­ture red bell
Pep­per-minia­ture choco­late bell
Pep­per-sheep­nose pimento
Pump­kin-jack be little
Sum­mer squash-partenon
Sum­mer squash-papaya pear
Toma­to-sweet mil­lion cherry
Toma­to-Bur­bank slicing
Toma­to-jol­ly elf
Let­tuce-dev­il’s tongue
Corn-paint­ed mountain
Creep­ing thyme
Ver­be­na-blue shades
“Hum­ming­bird mix” — don’t remem­ber what’s in that
Alyssum-snow cloth
Scar­let Flax
Car­di­nal Climber
Cleome-queen mix
Del­phini­um-col­or Spring Mix
Echi­nacea-pur­ple cone­flower mix
For­get me not-Chinese
Fox­glove-excel­sior mix
Ger­naium-black vel­vet rose
Hol­ly­hock-hap­py lights and creme de cassis
Mal­low-beau­ty mix
Lobelia-crys­tal palace
Marigold-tan­ger­ine gem
Mon­rn­ing glo­ry-white moonflower
Snap­drag­on-rain­bow mix
Snap-giant bou­quet mix
Sta­t­ice-col­or mix
Sweet William-tall double
Zin­nia-can­dy cane series and Benary’s giant mix

Would you believe that all that came in a tiny box, maybe 6″ square?

The straw­ber­ries, blue­ber­ries, gar­lic, pota­toes, and most of the herbs will be shipped over the next few months since they’re live plants.

curiousmay9 says that most of these will take about 15 min­utes to get in the ground. I think we start plant­i­ng in March, she said?

I’m excit­ed!

Cyn is Rick's wife, Katie's Mom, and Esther & Oliver's Mémé. She's also a professional geek, avid reader, fledgling coder, enthusiastic gamer (TTRPGs), occasional singer, and devoted stitcher.
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