All organically grown and produced directly on the farm.
April Plant Star
Woad provides a huge burst of bright yellow color in the garden
in late spring when most other plants are either dying off from
spring or still gearing up for summer. It's a great bridge plant
to ensure bright color. The blue green leaves are also attractive
in the border or in clumps before and after the plant has flowered.
Woad is a biannual so it flowers in its second year although there
are many reports of it flowering in the first year from seed. Also
it is supposed to die off after flowering but in many cases it will
live for around five years depending on your zone. Its hardy to
zone 7 or 6b with some mulching. It takes very little care although
cutting down the flower stems as they seed does improve the look
of the plant and enhance the beauty of the leaf color.
Add this to your lawn and stop having to fertilze it. Clover fixes nitrogen which helps your grass. If you want less maintenance and a greener ‘lawn’ this is a must. More info.
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Tolerates heat and drought extremely well and also fixes nitrogen so it helps fertilize the plants around it. Trefoil is a low growing bushy plant that also tolerates foot traffic and cutting very well making it an ideal plant for walkways and inclusion in a lawn, or an interesting border plant. Great for hot dry areas.
Rubber with no slip back. Heat resistant, fully washable. Can be used as tablemats! Inks are bonded to the fabric top and are fade resistant. Mix and match coasters to your own selection. All made here on the farm. Many more selections available