FF: Monticello Heirloom Seeds

aa1Thomas Jefferson was a lot of things, but he was first and foremost a man of the land. In fact, it has been noted that he grew more than 330 varieties of vegetables in his personal garden at his famed Monticello estate. Now you can grow a garden like Jefferson with the collection of Heirloom Seeds from the fine folks at the Thomas Jefferson Center for Historic Plants.

About the Monticello Heirloom Seeds:

“Bring heirloom seeds from the Thomas Jefferson Center for Historic Plants to your garden and yard. We have a wide selection of vegetable and herb seeds, annual flower seeds, and seeds for perennial flowers. Many are unusual and hard to find like purple calabash tomato seed, and hyacinth bean seed. Don’t know where to start? Try a seed sampler kit, like the one designed for bees, butterflies and other pollinators.”

Find the Monticello Heirloom Seeds here.

Visit the online Monticello shop here.

FF: The Essential Gardener Tool Set from Barebones Living

aa3Just in time for setting up my container garden for 2017, I found the Essential Gardener Tool Set from the fine folks at Barebones Living.

About the Essential Gardener Tool Set from Barebones Living:

“The complete collection for the lifetime gardener, created and combined to help you root deeply and harvest often; to dig deep, both inside and out. Use the handmade pine crate to reuse as a garden container, a gift, or a box for safe keeping.”

Find the Essential Gardener Tool Set from Barebones Living here.

Visit Barebones Living online gardening shop here.