Gardening in February

If you need some additional reading materials besides the seed catalogs, here are a couple of suggestions.

Are heat mats necessary to start seeds? Laidback Gardener, Canada

Looking for safe seeds?  Fernwood Nursery, Maine

What is soil, anyway? Garden Snips, Maryland

Thinking about growing swiss chard?  Rockingham County Master Gardeners

I happen to be visiting in growing zone 8b which allows me to admire some beautiful blooming plants right now so I thought I’d share some photos with you.

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There are also some different animals here as well including alligators, egrets, lines of turtles, fox squirrels, and bottle nose dolphins.

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24 days until spring, but who’s counting.

Submitted by:  Judy V., MG since 2007

If you’d like to submit some of your nature photographs or write a post about your gardening passions, just send us an email. We’d love to see you here on the blog.


Strafford County Master Gardeners Association, part of the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension, is forty+ gardeners strong, educating through gardening in Strafford County New Hampshire.
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2 Responses to Gardening in February

  1. Oddment says:

    Beautiful, Judy V.! And, in answer to your last: I’m counting!!

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  2. Laurie Graves says:

    I’m one of those weirdos who likes winter. A true Mainah! 😉 Oh, that dolphin! I would jump for joy—as far as my creaky knees would allow—if I saw one on a walk.

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