This really is the most wonderful time of the year . . . and it has nothing to do with the holidays. My seed catalogues have started to arrive.
Now if you are anything like me you already are planning next spring’s vegetable garden in your head (or maybe on paper) and can’t wait to see what is new and exciting for you to grow. Good news: There is plenty of new to choose from but it’s the old stuff that has me the most excited.
More seed companies are getting on board with the idea that heirloom and vintage varieties might actually be better for our health, but also for the bees and pollinators that help make the garden grow.
Read more at The Chronicle Herald