What to Plant in February Zone 9
Welcome Back Everyone! One of my New Years resolutions is to put out more content for you! This will be the second video of my new serious called “What to Plant Month to Month Gardening Zone 9. My channel focuses on sharing my personal gardening journey, garden tours, recipes, and gardening tips. I try my best to upload bi-weekly garden tours and updates. Please like, share and subscribe if you would like to watch my garden grow through each season. Hopefully you will learn something along the way! My goal is to inspire you to get outdoors and enjoy some dirt and southern sunshine!
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I offer seasonal homegrown and handmade items for sale:
Organic Homegrown Heirloom Seeds:
Mammoth Sunflower Seeds (20 seeds) $6, includes shipping (1packet)
Mongolian Sunflower Seeds (20 seeds) $6, includes shipping (1packet)
Luffa Seeds (25 seeds) $6, includes shipping (1packet)
Seminole Pumpkin Seeds (15 seeds) $6, includes shipping (1packet)
Okra Seeds (25 seeds) $6, includes shipping (1packet)
Zinna Seeds, mixed colors (30+ seeds) $6, includes shipping (1 packet)
*Special Pricing on 4 packs of seeds or more $5.50 each + $3.80 shipping. (4 packets)
Homegrown Luffa Sponge (5-8 inches long) $5, shipping included
Organic Homegrown Goats Milk Luffa Soap (lavender sent) $10 or 2 for $18, shipping $3.80 (1) Seasonal fruit tree cuttings or young potted trees: Mulberry, Dwarf Mulberry, Barbados Cherry, Fig, Southern Home Grape, Red Muscadine Grape, Moringa and Elderberry. For more information and availability email @ email@example.com
What to Plant in February:
Zone 9 A
Broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, bock choy, collards, cucumbers, eggplants, kale, kohlrabi, lettuce, mustard, onions, peas, peppers, potatoes, radish, tomatoes, and turnups.
Zone 9 B
Beans, cantaloupes, carrots, cauliflower, celery, collards, corn, cucumbers, eggplants, kohlrabi, lettuce, mustard, onions, peas, peppers, potatoes, pumpkins, radish, summer squash, winter squash, tomatoes, turnups and watermelon.
I’m excited to share with you that I will be hosting an in person Seed Starting Workshop and you are invited! Starting your seeds out strong and healthy is the key to growing a successful garden! That is why I want to share my last 7 years of seed starting experience with you.
My Workshop will include everything you need to get your seeds started professionally. I will be providing seed trays, professional grade seed staring soil, garden markers and a variety of seeds to choose from. You are welcome to bring your own gloves and seeds if you choose.
I will be showing you how to plant seeds properly and how to care for them all the way until they are ready to go into your garden. You will also receive an information packet on what we learned at the workshop so you can keep in on hand for next season.
You will have an opportunity to join together with other local gardeners over refreshments at one of my favorite garden centers in their open air potting barn.
I am looking forward to meeting every one of you!
4803 US HWY 27 S, Sebring FL 33870
Date: February 27th, 10am-11:30am
Cost: $40 due by Feb 24th
RSVP by Feb 24th by email, phone or text.
Call or Text: 863-414-4452
This event will be held outdoors with plenty of space for social distancing.
Facemasks Not Required
I will send you a PayPal link and address to reserve your spot.
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