The Gardenangelists

Crocuses, Seed-Saving, and Sharing Nature through Books

October 09, 2019 Season 1 Episode 48
The Gardenangelists
Crocuses, Seed-Saving, and Sharing Nature through Books
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The Gardenangelists
Crocuses, Seed-Saving, and Sharing Nature through Books
Oct 09, 2019 Season 1 Episode 48
Carol Michel, Dee Nash
Information on crocuses, saving seeds and two new books to help you share nature with your kids or grandkids
Show Notes

Some helpful links:

Flowers:

Matt Mattus’s Growing with Plants blog post on fancy mums
Old House Gardens, a great source for heirloom crocuses and other flower bulbs

Veggies: 

Mississippi State Cooperative Extension guide with information about storing seeds over the winter. 

Dirt:

Two great books: 

Forest Therapy by Sarah Ivens. We should all get out into nature and soak up everything. This book is arranged by seasons and has nature, outdoor projects for the whole family. 

Wake Up, Woods by Michael Homoya (Author), Shane Gibson (Author), Gillian Harris (Illustrator). A beautifully illustrated book about spring wildflowers found in the woods. Great to read with kids and get them interested in finding flowers in the springtime. Great Easter gift!

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