Last year I had such a hard time finding seed for fall planting that I decided I better pick my seeds up now while the stock was plentiful. And they are actually marking everything down 60-70% in the stores so they can get rid of it. Here are some of the things I plan on sowing late summer for a autumn harvest. I got ‘Black Seeded Simpson’ Lettuce, a blend of Looseleaf Lettuces, ‘Cherry Belle’ Radishes, Mesculin Spicy Mix, and ‘Baby’s Leaf’ Spinach.
I couldn’t resist these two interesting colors of Nasturiums either. The colors remind me of Peaches and Chocolate…yum! I’m thinking of putting these in some hanging containers and I better do that soon.
Now for the seedlings portion of this post. Ta Da! My purple Hyacinth Bean has quickly sprouted under the new trellises that I mounted last week in the New Garden. All that rain this weekend must of kicked these annual climbers into gear. Hope they quickly wind their way up the supports.