I decided to be a little more consistant with Bloom Day postings this year, hence this flowerless January post. Flowerless is OK. One of my favorite cakes is a flourless chocolate cake. But I digress.
The only flowers that are blooming in my home are in the seed catalogs. One thing I did notice this holiday season is that bromeliads were used at a couple of malls and a restaurant instead of the traditional poinsettia.
It’s obviously a bromeliad when you see a pineapple growing. But I rarely see a pineapple as a plant.
It’s as if the seed catalog industry hasn’t heard about global warming. They keep putting out paper catalogs with astonishing frequency.
You only send one catalog a year. And I, knowing that, will keep this one catalog all year.
Richters Herbs – Medicinal, Culinary, Aromatic – Plants & Seeds. The Canadian nursery offering an extensive selection of culinary, medicinal, and aromatic herbs.
I keep Richters catalog all year, frequently referring to it as a valuable reference tool. www.richters.com
Or, Better Yet, just put the catalog online. That’s how I order my plants and seeds. So you do know I am smart enough to find you online.
Renee’s Garden seed catalog is only on line. She doesn’t even print a paper catalog. www.reneesgarden.com