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  • Pre-Sprouting Ranunculus and Anemone Corms for the Spring Flower Garden

    Ranunculus corms have arrived! To say that I’m excited may possibly be one of the biggest understatements of the century. This year, I was able to purchase some really beautiful varieties of both ranunculus and anemones. I was so thankful to have been able to place an order from Italian Ranunculus with the help of some flower farming friends. I also ended up buying a bunch of “traditional” colors from retailers online. Here in my garden, it is imperative that I start both ranunculus and anemone corms in the fall and let them overwinter. If I plant them in the spring, my summer temperatures simply get much too hot too…

  • Starting Tomatoes and Peppers, Already??!

    Hi Lovelies, This is it – the first step I’m taking to get back into the rhythm of blogging on the regular. With that said, I’ve definitely failed. So, being totally honest, I had every single intention of making this a full-on detail oriented blog post. But, guess who completely forgot to take ANY pictures…. That’s right. I completely forgot. If it’s any consolation (probably not), there is a somewhat detailed video below that you can check out if you’re absolutely new to gardening and to starting tomato and pepper seeds for the first time. Though I will admit that the details of this blog post were kind of a…