Virtual – January 3, 6:30 pm
Have you ever wished for lavender growing in drifts in your yard, or a stand of beautiful purple coneflowers dancing in the wind? Starting seeds for perennial vegetables, herbs, and flowers allows you to fill your yard with food and beauty for pennies on the dollar over buying container plants in the nursery. However, growing perennials can be a bit more challenging than growing annuals, and the process has to be started early in the year. Join us as we discuss the tricks and techniques for growing a husky perennial seedling suitable for planting outdoors in the spring.
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