With temperatures having only dipped into the upper 90s, it can feel almost discordant to us desert dwellers to even utter the words “fall garden.” But, alas, even for desert gardeners it’s time to commence with planning and planting our cool-weather crops.
Did you know that one of the Seed Library's goals is to become self-sustaining? One day the seeds shared will come from seeds that you grew.
Wild sunflowers (Helanthus annus) have been setting seeds for thousands of years in northern America. Not surprisingly, helia means sun and anthus, flower.