Sunday, August 12, 2007

Hollyhocks and Foxgloves


Plant a biennial one year and the scattered seeds will bring forth many generations. So it got me to thinking, if you scatter some packet seeds in the fall you'll probably get great plants next spring. So on the farms of the few friends , I'm going to scatter hollyhocks and foxgloves to see what happens.
Happy Lights hollyhocks are superior to the old barnyard strains with excellent rust protection. And Pam's Choice foxgloves have been on my short list for many years. Hopefully I'll have some glowing pics for you in the spring.

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