Spring has sprung

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  1. Kara @Rockin' Granola says:

    Oh, how right you are – it HAS been a really (really!) long winter. I’m ready for Spring and mud and dirt and new things growing 🙂

  2. Emily says:

    Cheap seeds will not germinate–so you will only get one plant for every 10 seeds. I haven’t yet gone into the realm of buying seeds from catalogs, but I would guess the quality might be higher. However, I think it’s a balance to strike between price and quality. If you aren’t paying at least $1 to $1.50, the seeds are low quality. But I don’t want to pay more than $2 or $2.50.

  3. Lee Starnes says:

    I am getting ready to buy seeds. Are the varieties in the big box stores ok or is it better to buy from a seed catalog. Is there a big difference? I am hoping to get a good garden this year. It seems to be a slow learning process for me.