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Botanical Interests, Inc  Over 600 varieties of organic and heirloom flowers, vegetables, and herbs. Hashtag your pics with #botanicalinterests

Love-in-a-mist makes a great fall-sow annual!
3 reasons to sow annuals in the fall:
1. Earlier blooms
2. Robust plants due to direct sowing
3. Ease of direct sowing
View our full list of successful tips for fall sown annuals at the link in our bio.

We are wild about #poppies! Fit for fall sowing, poppies’ vibrant bursts of color are a treat for all to see. Find your favorite at the link in our bio!

Online #garlic orders through today, 9/13, receive free seed storage envelopes. Link in bio!

There are many reasons and seasons to love Larkspur! Sow in the Fall for beautiful blue blooms in the Spring. It may even self-sow for seasons to come!
https://www.botanicalinterests.com/product/Shades-of-Blue-Larkspur-Seeds

Sow bachelor’s buttons in the fall! Also known as cornflower, bachelor’s button attract pollinators, are a quaint cut flower, while also being deer resistant and drought tolerant. Pictured: Classic Romantic (online at botanicalinterests.com!)

Organic garlic now available!
https://www.botanicalinterests.com/category/Garlic

A new variety to sow this fall! Colorado Blend yarrow has sturdy, straight stems with feathery, finely-cut leaves are topped with long, long-lasting flower clusters. They make wonderful cut flowers, and what’s left in the garden will attract beneficial insect.

There are so many delicious colors and textures of kale! How do you kale?

What do the pollinators love in your garden? Sunflowers are a bee magnet in ours. #sowandtell

Homegrown bouquet! China asters and baby’s breath from our trial garden. 😍

Get your garden ready for garlic! Coming soon!

Sowing #covercrops can be an effective step in disease and pest prevention and control. When used as part of a healthy crop rotation, cover crop plants displace disease organisms by replacing their preferred hosts. #clover #redclover

Learn more about growing cover crops: https://www.botanicalinterests.com/articles/view/57/Cover-Crops-for-a-Naturally-Better-Garden

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