Spring is apparently here, at least the calendar says so.
The seeds for lavender cotton, which, by the way, is neither lavender nor
cotton, have gone into the refrigerator for a two-week cold treatment. Nature
has created a variety of locks to put on seeds so that they will germinate only
when conditions are right for success.
The two weeks in the frig opens the first lock. After that the seeds go on a special heating
pad at 70 degrees ...Read More