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Only one more week of February left! I always put these milestones in my head during the winter, it helps me cope. March 1st is a biggie, you see once we get to March the weather eventually has to warm up, the sun will have to stay out longer and everything will get better, it just has to. There is light at the end of that wintery tunnel (hopefully). This is the time of year where I have to muster up every ounce of positivity that I can bare, and try and focus on the end. I know it can be so hard to do, the winter is weighing so heavy right now. For me, this war on SADZ is always best fought by tending to green living stuff. I have a lot of green this year – my collection has grown by leaps in bounds over the last few, and I have to say, I don’t feel as down in the dumps as I have in other winters gone by. I sincerely believe it helps. If you’re picking up what I’m throwing down, I highly suggest you go out to the nursery and grab some green before it gets cold again, or at least look at these pretty photos and feel better. It will help, I promise.

I’ll be dropping an indoor seed sowing post early next week – looking forward to sharing. Have a great weekend and hang in there, it’s almost kinda sorta over!

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  • Kerry February 23, 2015

    March 1st must be the day everyone in the upper midwest looks forward to. It just HAS to warm up in March, right? There’s always those freak warm days where you suddenly don’t need a jacket, because 40 degrees feels like summer… before it snows again, but at least we know it’s almost over.

  • Hannah February 23, 2015

    Fellow plant & green lover here, literally my apartment is like a greenhouse. Can you share where are your favorite places for plant shopping? I also live in Minneapolis and frequent Bachman’s and Home Depot but I’d love to find another plant spot. Thanks!

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