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Friends, I need more than hands and toes to count the number of times people this week have told me their child asked to give or receive sunflower seeds this holiday season.
How can I not have hope for the world?!
What gift would you give the world, if you could give anything?
The gift of a sunflower is the gift of growth, of beauty, of abundance, it's the gift of life itself.
There are dozens of different sunflowers, all native to Central and North America. The only plant with more Monarchs on it in our garden is milkweed.
And did you know?
We toss them in salads and arrange them on cakes all summer long.
So yes, we grow the seeds of many sunflowers, each one with a unique gift and story to share.
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People ask me all winter long if they can save the seeds they scoop out of winter squash to sow next season.
First, the fact that people ask me this gives me such hope for the world!
Humbling yet true: I am gently discouraging you from saving your squash seeds to plant next season.
Here's what we do with our squash seeds all winter:
1. Toast and eat them, see our recipe below!
2. Make squash seed roofs on gingerbread houses.
3. Stick them on peanut-buttered pinecones for the birds.
Ironically, I really don't recommend saving your squash seeds to sow next season, unless you know a great deal about its life story.
Squash seeds are one of our favorite snacks. Check out our recipe inspirations below!
Many varieties are F1 Hybrids, which won't grow true to type when saved. If you've bought your squash from a grocer or even a farmer's market, chances are good it's an F1 Hybrid. So...
⭐️ love what you sow ⭐️
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