by Herb Exchange
Easy Care Perennials Podcast
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Please to announce another recognition for doing my part to save the Monarchs.
The metal plaque will be placed along side of the Backyard Gardeners Recognition to providing the important habitat to wildlife.
We can all do our part by simply providing host plants imperative to the survival of the species.
Milkweed plants are part of the complete cycle needed for caterpillars to gorge themselves before the cocooning stage can happen.
This plant you see is a “snack” for maybe 1 caterpillar. The leaves would be stripped in a few hours. So you see, we need to be diligent and plant as much as we can!
Thanks for doing your part. Needs seeds?
Go to membership page to request.
It’s a little too soon for Speed Weeks 🏁 in Daytona so it “must be “Seed Weeks”! 🤪
If you are following this blog, then you will see it’s already time to transplant the seeds that were just in baggies!
“Recycling” the days trash into useful vessels
What a difference a few days makes. Shhh, had to eat all the Krispy Kreme donuts to put the box to good use! Oatmeal box, egg crate, toilet rolls, dog food box; etc!
“Recycling” all in a days work as well!
The Lettuce and Calabrese Broccoli actually sprouted in 2 days and grew quite fast. I had to use a skewer stick to push roots down further into soil. Tomorrow they’ll be jumping out to the garden by themselves!
Green Bean ready to unfold
Here’s proof toilet paper rolls work out well!
Excited to “Let the Races Begin”! 🏁
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