Out here in Boston we are eagerly awaiting spring. I can't get enough of everyone's cherry blossom pics from warmer parts of the country, especially given the slushy snowfall we experienced last weekend. To cheer myself up I decided to start some herbs. Hopefully by the time they are ready to be transplanted into outdoor pots warmer weather and sunshine will be in abundance!
To help you get your own seeds started this spring, Clayton designed these colorful and fun garden markers. There are ones that are pre-labeled with some of our favorite herbs or fill-in-the-blank ones to keep track of whatever you will be growing. All you need to do is simply print on regular 8.5” x 11” paper, cut out, fold, and punch through with thin garden wire. You can even write down any important care reminders on the back.
I've been wanting to repurpose my Harney & Sons tea tins, and they make the perfect little planters. Also handy for this kind of planting: seed starter pots!
So get planting, folks, and may your garden grow lush and green!
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