“Somebody STOP ME!”

In this post, I share the excitement of finding new seeds at the grocery store in February. You won’t believe how uncommon it was to find gardening products back in 2010 year-round in my neck of the woods

Somebody Stop Me

Finding seeds at the grocery store, garden center, big box stores, and even gas stations is very common today.  When I originally wrote this post in 2010 it was a treat to find seeds in various locations.  I made a game of asking for help when I would find them because my addition would kick in. I wanted to buy all the seeds I spotted.

Can you believe there was a time when you couldn’t find seeds to start a garden in the grocery store?  It amazes me how times have changed and you can find seeds everywhere.  We are truly lucky to have seeds and other gardening supplies available just about everywhere we go today.  When I originally wrote this post it was exciting to find seeds as early as February at a garden center.  Sharing the excitement and where I found the ‘loot’ ( aka seeds) on social media was the highlight of my day.  It was like a game to collect more seeds and share them on social.

seeds in my bag

 

More About My obsession with Seeds

Find more about seeds starting in my catalog at Seeds.  If that isn’t enough… look below!  We have a huge event each year during super bowl Sunday starting seeds indoors.  Find out more about seeds at the link below.

Sowing Seeds on Sunday | Super Sow Sunday

Share Seeds

Don’t stop here… share this post on Pinterest.  Do you have a seed sharing Pinterest Board?  I’d love to hear about it so comment below.

Let’s Connect

I look forward to hearing from you and if you grow seeds.  Be sure to comment below or reach out to me on social media.

Happy Seed Shopping,

Seriously Now SOMEBODY STOP ME! – Bren ♥

16 thoughts on ““Somebody STOP ME!””

  1. Hi Bren,
    Hey you go for it girl! Really can someone have too many flowers and plants?
    Besides isn’t it wonderful to experiment with them in the new greenhouse. I would
    so love to.
    Have a wonderful weekend and I hope you really enjoyed the Cleveland garden show.
    Lona

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  2. Hi Bren..your new blog is super terrific! Lovely photos and such a fun read..very inspiring post! Beautiful! I have spring seed fever too..love the photo of the seeds !
    Thankyou for the lovely comments you left for me..and yes..I am very honored if you’d like to add my blog to your list.
    Thankyou! Have a beautiful wkd!
    Kiki~

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  3. aloha bren,

    thanks for the mention on twitter….yeah- free seeds on your rose of sharon, i’m too lazy about planting seeds, so I just take alot of cuttings since those take off so much faster in my opinion and besides all my neighbors need to get free trimmings from their tropical plants constantly 🙂

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  4. I don’t see the problem here. Stop you from what? Breathing? Eating? Living? I started tomato seeds about six weeks early this year. Despite having collected from last year’s crop, I seem to have bought a half dozen packs of seeds of other varieties of tomatoes. Is this wrong? Is it a problem? The people who aren’t obsessively starting from seeds need to be stopped… you go right ahead and plant more. Along the way, get a few more varieties to plant as well. And, over the summer, build a bigger greenhouse.

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