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February 12, 2013

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Lisa J

Ah, on the wintriest of days, the promise of spring. I'm feeling it too and have been lining my kitchen window with starts. xo

Robyn

Snow in England yesterday morning too. But in my tiniest of tiny gardens there are signs of life. Little buds on my clematis. Starting to long for some light and warmth.

Cozy Memories

Jo was very generous with her indigo seeds, wasn't she ? I hope yours will grow perfectly !
Your photos are full of hope & sun & happiness !
xoxo

Michaelanneneal

Oh! Indigo! How exciting! I think of you when I see dark blues...and red shoes:)! We are still so buried in snow..I will probably wait until March to start seeds..we have had snow here as late as Mother's Day!! Hopefully, not this year though:) Your photos are amazing...as always!

Claire

I started my indigo off this weekend too. The promise...

Vanessa (heyladygrey)

Sounds like the perfect activity for a snowy mid-February day!

Laurie L.

Growing indigo is indeed quite a wonderful plant and the reward is amazing. It is quite a process, and take caution when making the dye. However, as a master gardener, I implore you to please remember that it is also considered an invasive plant and to not let it go to seed!
http://www.invasivespeciesinfo.gov/plants/knotweed.shtml#.URqcy458v8s

glaucia

Jo's Loft blog is really beautiful, already added to my blog list, thank you.
How nice to have those seeds in hands! I wish they all grow beautifully there for you.
I'm so curious about working with Indigo, such a beautiful color. I've been researching about it here, and in spite of being very easy to find in the past ( there were plantations of it to use in the industry), I don't think it's possible to find the seeds to buy anymore and I still couldn't find anyone who knows the plant. But I'm sure there will be some "left-overs" somewhere.

Jo

So happy to see these seeds in such wonderful hands! Wishing a wonderful growing season!

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