Good morning and Happy New Year! Here’s a handy dandy chart showing which edibles to plant this month. Although I would wait till after this week’s cold snap moves away to plant. I have an awesome supplier who I get veggies and herbs from, so let me know what you’re looking for and I’ll deliver it to you!
Happy digging in the dirt …
Jeanni, Gibbs, and Ziva
Roses and Gargoyles Gardenscapes … Your Online Neighborhood Garden Boutique
Here’s a good chart showing what can be veggies can be planted this month.
I do sell veggies and herbs through the online Garden Boutique, I just don’t have them listed yet. Just let me know what you’re looking for, call or text 386-310-9969 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, and I’ll see if I can get it for you.
Good chilly morning. It’s a cold start to the Alachua County Farmers’ Market, but at least the sun’s shining.
More cool season plants for you today: Swiss chard “Bright Lights” is edible, but I love to use it as an ornamental because of its beautiful colored stems and veins. Snapdragons, violas, delphinium, sweet alyssum, pansies, and mints (spearmint, peppermint, apple mint, pineapple mint, mojito mint).
What are you up to this beautiful weekend? Don’t forget that the Mardi Gras Dog Parade is today (Saturday) in downtown DeLand and the Indie Market is tomorrow from 11:00 – 6:00 in Artisan Alley.
New plants and herbs came in yesterday: dill, Apple Mint, Chocolate Mint, cilantro, fennel, lavender, Australian Tree Ferns, Diascia, Cracker Roses, Bush Daisies, Texas Sage, Strawflower, Tall Pentas, Red Shrimp Plant, Jade plants, Correopsis, Rabbit’s Foot Ferns, Angel Wing Begonias, Anthuriums, Geraniums, Supertunias, Blue Daze, and more. So come on over to check everything out!