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“Archbold Glover park blanketed by a carpet of flowers” from Daniel

Continue to send your gardening triumphs and/or attempts to [email protected] thanks!

And I just thought the above was a wild one from SheriC “any of your followers know: Started slicing into a “need to be used” tomato this eve … and looks like seeds started to sprouts inside! Never seen anything like this. Can I plant it??”

Some more color: Read More

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Thanks to Bort for sending from Frager’s, Eastern Market, Saturday.

*This series will feature any pets in a backpack/bag. On metro, or not. Corgi, or not.

And while I got a photo of seeds up there – another reader would like to know:

“I’m looking for a good, appropriately socially distant way to get flowers/ plants/ seeds during this. Are there any nurseries/ farmstands/ local growers offering pre-paid delivery or pick-up?

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Photo by PoPville flickr user angela n.

“Dear PoPville,

Any leads on where I could get potting soil either at curbside pickup or delivery for some house plants?”

Since gardening is a great, healthy, soul saving activity these days – I thought it’d be fun to share a bit of your color for those of us without green thumbs. Please email your garden photos (with garden in the title) to [email protected] Gardens can be big, small, balcony or even just a great plant you love in your house. Thanks!

And here’s an early garden haul too! Read More

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Photo by PoPville flickr user angela n.

“Dear PoPville,

We’re in the process of designing our 2020 spring gardens for our NE row house. In the past I’ve planted tons of bulbs (dahlias, gladiolus, peonies) but this year would like to try something new. We have some hot pink knockout roses but otherwise are working with a blank canvas. What are everyone’s favorite garden plants that can survive a full sun DC summer?”

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January Garden Haul!

Thanks to Toni for sending from Brentwood: “I thought the weird fall weather did the romanesco in, but the weird winter weather revived it. I’ve got 2 more still on the plants, plus broccoli and cauliflower, which will all get harvested this weekend. All out just in time to start seeds for the spring!”

Great Garden Haul is made possible by a generous grant from the Ben and Sylvia Gardner foundation.

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