We always plant petunias, but in the past, we’ve planted from little starts we picked up from local nurseries. The pandemic forced us to be brave with seeds and really up our garden game.
We planted the seeds in a tiny peat pot, caring for it inside our wee greenhouse. When the time came, I transplanted the baby petunia plant to this pretty turquoise pot and nestled it where Mama could see it from her bedroom window.
Though we’ve also been growing a plethora of cucumbers, zucchini, zinnias, and morning glory from seeds, I feel especially proud of these babies because they’re my first petunias from seeds ever! And they’re so beautiful!
On this day…
- 1 year ago: Excavating the mail
- 2 years ago: Mama’s new wheels
- 3 years ago: Wishes from a 4-year-old
- 4 years ago: Burgers with Marti