Now I expected a few of you might be interested in a little "tea gardening" information, but I was delighted to learn that so very many of you are as interested in gardening as I am! As you can see here, I've already got some of my peat pellets planted with seeds, including some tomatoes and some Rose Bon Bon Double Cosmos. My theory is that anything that sounds like it could be served at "teatime," such as bon bons, can go into the tea garden!
I was at Lowe's looking at seeds last week when I learned that they, too, had some varieties that are particularly well-suited to the tea garden, and I got two of each, one for you and one for me.
These varieties, from Burpee, include Canterbury Bells, the Cup and Saucer mix.
And they also had a variety of Tea Time Four O'Clocks. Want these two packets? Just to try something a little different, the FIRST person to tell me they want them today gets them! I imagine lots of us live near a Lowe's, and if you go I should warn you they also have a cute little plastic watering can in the shape of a teapot, but it's basically $6.97 for a cheap piece of plastic designed to lure in unsuspecting tea loving gardeners. Really, what sort of sucker would fall for that?
Besides me, I mean?
(UPDATE: Congrats to Belinda, who was first to claim the seeds today! They're headed your way!)