FF: The Italian Large Leaf Basil Seeds from Botanical Interests

Winter won’t last forever (although it has been very cold and snowy here on the prairie just across the river from the great city of Kansas City, MO) so I am already looking forward to planting my garden in the spring. I plan to get a head start, but I am also going to try growing some herbs inside which I am told is an easy and good thing to do in the winter. First up is growing basil, like from the Italian Large Leaf Basil Seeds I found from the fine folks at Botanical Interests.

About the Italian Large Leaf Basil Seeds from Botanical Interests:

“There is nothing like the aroma of basil in the summer! There is no more useful herb; use in a number of Italian dishes. Accent fish, poultry and rice, add to mild vegetables and salads, serve with fresh mozzarella, or make basil vinegar! In a warm, south window, basil can grow indoors in the winter! A good container variety.”

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FF: The Giant Peach Iceland Poppy Seeds from Floret Flowers

I never had good luck growing flowers from seed, so this year I am determined, and I think the trick is to start early. I hope to grow some cool flowers, like the Giant Peach Iceland Poppies I found from the fine folks at Floret Flowers.

About the Giant Peach Iceland Poppy Seeds from Floret Flowers:

“One of the most exquisite cut flowers we grow, these peachy tissue paper-like blooms are heartbreakingly beautiful. A citrusy scent and abundant flowering habit stretching from early spring through midsummer make them a highly prized cutting garden addition. Technically considered a hardy perennial, poppies can survive even the coldest winters, but because they don’t do well in high heat, they are often grown as an annual or biennial.”

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