Early Spring Update & Seed Giveaway!

We have been enjoying another mild Florida winter. Our backyard gardening efforts have been successful and our little garden has big plans in 2014!

2014 Online

I spent some time updating our website and renewing our url in January. I added a local Florida Seed Supplier page to our website, and I am working on a new Local Nurseries page this month!  However, I am most excited to share the new photo collection on our (right) sidebar. I love the collection of photos available after years of posting here.

Early Spring in the Garden

We have had lots of fresh broccoli for dinners this first part of the year.  Our cauliflower and red cabbage should be ready in a few weeks!  The herbs all came inside for the winter, and I love having their smell in the house. One of the larger garden beds is getting new soil and getting ready for spring seeds, and we are still eating fresh lettuce and carrots from winter’s efforts!

Even though it has been a mild winter, we still have had some frost.  I am surprised at the number of flowers still blooming in our backyard. They have been protected by the fence and house, so they have continued giving us a little bit of color all winter long!

Seed Giveaway!

My little gardeners think we have too many seeds… and they just might be correct!  So here’s a seed giveaway to make room for more, and to support our Facebook page! Win some flower seeds for your garden! We will send three winners a variety pack of flower seeds, all organically grown in our backyard, and collected by our family! Let’s plant some flowers and make the bees and butterflies happy this spring!

Just click on Rafflecopter link below (if entry box is not appearing).

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Giveaway starts February 19th, 2014 at midnight and ends February 26th, 2014 at midnight. Good Luck!

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7 responses to this post.

  1. I was hoping to enter the giveaway, but I don’t do facebook.
    Glad you are enjoying our mild winter!

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  2. We love growing zinnias. The butterflies and bees like that we grow them as well. My girls especially like growing big pink zinnias.

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  3. I like growing Calendula. : ) Flowers are so useful.

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  4. Posted by Denise Fedor on February 25, 2014 at 1:35 pm

    I love Pinks! Just ordered a yellow one!

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  5. Thank you every one for entering. Congratulations to Dee, Kayla, and Irineo. They were selected to win our spring seeds!!! :)

    Reply

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