Sunday, February 3, 2008


Tomorrow I will take advantage of this lovely bit of weather and plant this sweet little box of foxglove.

This time of year always sends me into a bit of a tizzy. We offer so many lovely perennials in four packs and I always have to have them all.

This is a four pack.

You get four for the price of one and since perennials are better planted in groups you get a nice bang for your buck. The seedlings are sown in the greenhouses starting early winter. Some will take a couple of years to get to their true size. These though, will bloom and grow to full size in one season.

We have a varied selection of perennials in four packs including campanula, alcea, digitalis, aquilegia, various grasses and herbs. I could go on and on but maybe you should come and see for yourselves. The digitalis, aquilegia and some others are hardy to zone 4 and being so are fine planted this time of year in the south.

These are pictures of one of my gardens photographed in May, that was planted early February with the same amount of digitalis that I will be planting today.

1 comment:

dAwN said...

howdy..i like the digitalis, and your garden looks lovely.