I got 5 today - not all seeds though.
Oh, and before I forget..... DITTO, Neeney. BT, LOL!, as usual!
I'll have to let JoeV know I have a $5 coupon on a $25 online purchase from Hodgson Mill.
I won't use it. He's our "breadbaker extrodinaire", so maybe it would reimburse him his shipping costs.
Then I received DOCTORS FOSTER and SMITH Products for
Dogs & CATS, with some good discounts.
I can't remember our family member here that had a problem with doggie eating it's own ummm waste (yik), but they have a product for that to make it unpalatable. (pg.33) (Sour face as I write that!)
And as if that's not enticing enough to look at their catalog;
they even have "Female Pet Bloomers" and "Male No Leak Wraps"
for incontinence. (pg.73)
Who would have thunk it? Not ME! Maybe Buckytom???
Then the seed catalogs - many things you "northerners" have the winter
duldrums and dreams of growing in the spring I can never grow,
as I'm in zone 10a. Things I dream of year round and get homesick for.
The Cook's Garden (www.cooksgarden.com
the photography is stupendious with a few select recipes. "For european garden vegetables".
gardens alive! is an incredible catalog. (www.GardensAlive.com
And this year they offer a $25 coupon when you buy $25 more on catalog prices.
But the special thing about this company/catalog, aside from
the quantity of selection is, they tell you about plant
deseases and pests AND show pictures and prevention.
(remember last year when we were trying to identify what was
destroying roses and such?)
And so far, finally,
Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds (www.rareseeds.com
Of all of the books I've gotten over the years, heirloom varieties
are what interest me most, and wish I could invest my time in.
So I'm glad Velochic started this thread. I can live vicariously
throughout the year thru you all.