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New Plant Picks for Spring 2011 at Picket Fence Greenhouse and Gardens

Each new year brings on exciting and new beginnings in planning for the Spring growing season.

Although I have planted a few herbs , lettuce and kale earlier, those were to keep my sanity in our winter months:)

As planting outside is a few long months away, I will be planting soon indoors from seed for the following season.

Getting a jump start on growing , seeds I will be planting first will be perennial seeds, and many annuals seeds that take some time to grow and mature.

So in a few weeks I will be sowing some seeds in my basement. Pretty exciting and fun way to enjoy growing with our winters still very cold.

Take a look at the many new plants I will be growing. Some you may be familiar with and others may be very new to the market .

Here is a small preview of  What is New 2011 at Picket Fence Greenhouse and Gardens. Click the link below to view the rest , nearly 80 new plants with more coming.

 Plant Picks for Spring 2011 at Picket Fence Greenhouse and Gardens

I think this year may be the year I have more new and unique looking plants than any other year,  so I hope to excite my friends and loyal customers when they walk through the door of the greenhouse.

Here’s to the New Year of planting , we have 4 months of planting seeds indoors , in  March we start moving plants in the greenhouse to transplant our seedlings.

Transplanting is truly my favorite part  of greenhouse growing.

Stay tuned to the goings on, as I will be updating , and video making along the way.

Happy Gardening

Diane Mumm

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  • Donna said:

    this is deadly for me as a plant addict…saw some of these on some fav garden websites and purchased them of course…I have container photos on my FB pg of Picasso…it is even more incredible in person…neighbors and friends loved it planted in my antique urn planters on the front porch framing the entryway…well I guess I will be starting another “Have To Have” list..thx 🙂

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