Ed has been wanting to plant heirloom, non-hybrid seeds, an internet search brought up:
Victory Seeds, a family run seed business that turned out to be in our area. I sent the order and the next day the seeds were in our mailbox. I love that the seeds are packaged in a small zip-lock bag inside of the paper packets, any seeds left over are carefully sealed and stored for next year. There was also an information sheet on how to properly store the seeds over time. We’re very pleased to have found this great seed company. All you who love gardening, take some time to browse their site.
For the past week or so I’ve gotten into a rhythm of working in the garden or yard at least an hour every day but Sunday. It’s been good to putter around watering, pulling weeds, mowing, even tackling the blackberry brambles that threaten to overtake home and shop. (Seriously)
Sugar pea tendrils reaching for the light.
Rippening Montmorency Pie Cherries under the waning moon.
A slow deep watering Saturday morning before the thermometer reached 100 degrees, now every thing is rapidly growing.