Sprouting Morning Glories. Indoors, yes!

Ok, you all can call me silly, sentimental or just plain ole mental but this blog post grabbed me hard. I am so weary of winter. I really want to start sowing seeds and working in my garden. I miss  even the weeding. I love to see my little seedlings grow into plants and then go on to provide a ripe juicy tomato or a big batch of kale for my zupa toscana. But its too early to start seeds and my garden beds are covered with like 10 inches of snow right now and I still haven’t  talked (nagged) my husband into a greenhouse yet. (But I will) So any ways I came across this article. She is sprouting morning glories! Indoors! In pots!  Yes! I am going to do the same thing. They don’t take long and as Three p’s and a q says they really don’t need a lot of care. Soon, very soon I will have pretty new green growing stems and lovely flowers blooming in the window. It will be a bright spot in what seems like endless winter already.

photo credit threepsandq.wordpress.com

photo credit threepsandq.wordpress.com

Sprouting Morning Glories

I just ordered these. Aren’t they gorgeous?

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http://threepsandq.wordpress.com/2013/01/27/plants-project-sprouting-morning-glories/

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