CLEARLY THIS PERSON needs a 12-Step program, and right now (I’ll post the address and time of the meetings for the rest of us, too, promise). And by the way, dear Andre Jordan, my friend: Is the woman in this week’s illustration a nail-biter? Those fingers of hers are, well, missing. Here’s to a growing pile of seed catalogs in the mailbox (the new Resource Links page has plenty, by the way) leading to a harvest of seed packets under the tree.
February 23, 2012
doodle by andre: attention, seed-catalog shoppers!
UM, I GUESS OUR FRIEND Andre Jordan got a peek at the way we really order seeds, huh? Trouble is: I’m still stuck on Step..
April 23, 2009
doodle by andre: hazardous to your health
THANK GOODNESS WE HAVE ANDRE JORDAN to warn us of the dangers all around us in this hazardous hobby of ours. I confess that even..
Seems too early for this level of desperation! We only said good-bye to our flowers a little while ago…
Much winter to go through, still. Have a muffin, or a glass of wine, or a muffin and a glass of wine…
Relax, breathe deeply…
Can’t wait for those long January nights, cuddled on the couch with a glass of wine and my seed catalogs!
Can it ever be too early to crave the seeds?
Oh yes!!! GIVE ME CATALOGUES, and then GIVE ME SEEDS. That is exactly what I told my family I need this year.
I always invest in a pound of local wildflower seed this time of year and have found that stepping on them after I broadcast them is the perfect way to get great results.
Love the catalogue season when dreams and ideas blossom and grow.
Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island
Are you talking about me?
Welcome, Vegetable Garden Cook. No, I’m pretty certain he was talking about *me*. :) See you soon again, fellow seedaholic.
Start some paperwhites. Water an amaryllis.
Seed shopping is one of the cheapest thrills one can find. Besides, they are so easy to mail and they are already wrapped.
No way! It’s not be too early. I received 30 packs of seed in the mail in the last 3 days!
Welcome, Theresa. Well, you are some early bird (who as the saying go gets the worm, right?). I am impressed. I have to grapple with the last bits of holiday to-do’s and a few hundred pre-book-launch tasks and then it’s seed catalog time here, too.