March Indoor To Do

Orchid's in bloom!
Fertilize orchids, and other houseplants.
If the last frost date is still ahead, in your area, begin sowing indoors for transplanting outside, later, when the weather warms up.
Basil, Sorrel, Chervil,
Parsley, Chives, Sage, Thyme, Savory, Dill, Marjoram, any other herbs you like, except: Lavender, Rosemary, Tarragon. (see note 1, below, please)
Greens, Vegetables, and Legumes
Bean, Beet, Cucumber, Lettuce, Pepper, Tomato, Swiss Chard, Broccoli, Cabbages, Leeks, Cauliflower, Kohlrabi,
Alyssum, Ageratum, Aster, Carnation, Cosmos, Dahlia, Heliotrope, Marigold, Petunia, Snapdragon, Zinnia.
Root Indoors
Rosemary, Lavender, Santolina, Boxwood.
Celebrate St. Patrick's
Invite friends, and family, have lot's of fun, and get ready to welcome SPRING with this happy attitude!
Note 1 - Rosemary, Lavender, and Tarragon, do not produce quality plants from seeds. Rosemary & Lavender's seeds will germinate but even so, plants will not look as strong as the ones propagated from cuttings.
Tarragon of any culinary interest is the fragrant one, called French Tarragon. It will propagate through division these days.
Seeds called Tarragon (they are of Russian variety) offered by many stores, germinate very easily. However the plant, apart from vague visual resemblance, is really a weed, and of no value in the kitchen. If you have none of these plants, yet, get the starter plant from the nursery, first.
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Special Thanks
Special Thanks to Town & Country Gardens Contributors: blogger, dive-angel (Karin), Fleurette Jardin, flickr, Haise Bosma, Jasmine&Roses, magnum_lady, magnum_lady: her blog, Rita Crane Photography. Rita Crane, daughter of LIFE magazine photographer Ralph Crane. Her work can be seen on Flickr at Rita Crane Photography or on her website., TMR Davies, W.D. Williams

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