Hyacinth Hellos my friends ~
That time of year is once again upon us. We are in the process of figuring out what we want to plant. Some of us have begun planting inside. Some are ordering seeds. Spring is right around the corner. The sooner the better for a person like me who likes to see things growing.
Recently in Santa Barbara, we had the annual plant and seed exchange. (check out my recent videos) It gave me an idea for my group, The Pregnant Onion Club - which can be found at www.pregnantonion.gather.com . All I have to offer right now are snippets of a few succulents. That's how I grow most plants - from snippets. Also, I have some small Pregnant Onion babies - they're about the size of a marble but they grow to the size of a baseball and produce their own offspring. These are great to exchange with friends. I hope all the many folks who I've gifted with these remembers me. I still recall purchasing my first Pregnant Onion plant for a dollar in 1978 at the Goleta Flea Market!
So, if you want a small pregnant onion plant whose mother was a 70's chick, let me know. These can't be eaten! Also, if anyone in the group has any seeds or plant snippets to exhange, let us know so we can possibly trade. Remember anyone can grow anything no matter how small your space. Most plants just need water and sunshine.
Thanks for reading this and have a great day! Salud