Good Afternoon Everyone,
It's Monday and time to join Cathy over at Rambling in The Garden with a vase of whatever I can find in the garden. Right now there's precious little to find although there are signs of life to be seen, for example these almost ready to bloom dwarf narcissii.
Now there might be very little to see in the garden just yet - it's been bitterly cold and frosty recently, but just look what the postman delivered on Saturday.
The Agastache was substituted for Daucus carota (Wild Carrot). That's been ordered from Sarah Raven today. The propagator has been dug out of the shed and tested - it's about 20 years old and still working just fine - and the stock of seed sowing compost and vermiculite checked. The cutting patch is ready and waiting too. I can't wait to get started and hopefully I'll have plenty to fill umpteen vases over the coming summer :)
In the meantime I'm filling my time looking through gardening books for sowing and growing instructions and looking for photos so that I have some idea of what they look like, how tall they grow, how far they spread, what kind of conditions they like. Once that is all done I should be able to decide where the best place is in the garden to grow them. All that should keep me occupied for a while :)