Several weeks back I made a run to the Seed Bank. It’s the Petaluma, housed in a historic bank building West Coast retail locale for Baker Creek Heirloom seeds. I may have been on a retail high because as I was checking out after I’d already eavesdropped on the Novato gardener’s Tomato growing secrets involving plastic bags the clerk made the observation that I must have a really large garden. It’s not tiny but really large, not so much.
I’m thinking this is my first Tomato sprout. I’m going to have to wait a bit because not having Martha’s staff or enough of an organizational bent to motivate I did not label any of my starts. I’ve got a vague idea, know the Tomato seeds were in the compostable trays versus the plastic seed trays (with seventy-two slots) that I also picked up at the Seed Bank for about $1.50. In the meantime while I wait I’ve got clay and access to two kilns so I’m going to get creative and come up with some sort of plant signage. Signage large enough to have a small gnome, at least that’s the plan.
If you want to go for a more generalized gardening sentiment there’s signage to be had from the Etsy shop Garden Designs in Clay found at, http://www.etsy.com/shop/GardenDesignsinClay