I don't know if I can take credit or not, I may have had that sent to you. I went a little crazy one day, sending their catalogs to friends. Glad you like it! Yep, that's where my heirloom tomatoes came from. And my purple okra, among other things. They are the best! And such a pretty catalog!! Don't their festivals look like fun? Patti, I expect you to have oodles of heirloom veggies this year ;) -Tammy
Looks like I will be ordering this catalog. I'm getting anxious to plant some garden. I see that they are located around Mansfield which is where the Laura Ingalls Wilder home is. Which is a place I've wanted to see. Be nice to plan a trip when a festival is going on. Thanks for the info, Patti. Have a great week.
I read CH your post last night and he headed on over! Oooo and a Festival :) I see a trip in our future. Thanks Patti for the link and the heads up. Two weeks huh?
Spring is acomming....whohooooo, that is one of the first signs...
Do those seeds plant themselves? It definitely looks like an interesting catalog. I've given up on sunflowers - am betting on blackberries and grapes now. We'll see.
I'd love to see a Pioneer village event! And so far we've got 100 tomato plant seeds and 100 eggplant seeds in pots. The man has gone a little seed-crazy I think.
Yes, I bet there would be a lot of flowers I would like. But me and seeds just don't jive, so I have given up trying. I bet you will have tons of wonderful heirloom veggies this year. I do wish I had a sunny place to grow a vegetable garden!
ohhhh how wonderful. i think that catalog means maybe just maybe spring is coming. and soon i hope. i love seed catalogs!!!!!
Wow. I will have to check that out. I am in the spring mood.
This is my favorite seed catalog!
Ours came a few weeks ago and I have sticky notes all over it. Now to get around to ordering the seeds.
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