The Howden pumpkins are going to go in the compost area with a fence around it. I had no idea last year that deer would eat green pumpkins.
The plant list-broken down:
Cleome-x5-saved seed (0$)
Echinacea Bravado-x3-divisions of my own plants ($0)
Echinops x1 -seed ($3)
Miscanthus-Purchased last year on sale ($9)
Phlox-Purple x3, and Phlox-David x 3 Divisions of my own plants ($0)
Agastache Rupestris x3 seed ($3)
Echinacea-Lucky Stars-x3-purchased 1 large last year on sale-will divide to make 3 ($9)
Perovskia-x1- bought last year as a starter plant on sale ($2)
Rudbeckia fulgida Goldsturm x6 -divisions of my own plants ($0)
White Swan Echinacea x3 -seeds ($3)
Rudbeckia-Prairie Sun x6 -seeds ($3)
Physostegia (white)x1-moving from other garden bed ($0)
Solidago "Fireworks"x1 -purchased last year at close-out--($6)
Hyssop-x3 --seedlings from saved seed ($0)
Salvia-Silver candles x1 -Will purchase ($9) ((hopefully I can find it cheaper!!)
Geranium Rozanne x1 Will Purchase ($5)
Stachys-to fill in-~x6--divisions of my plants ($0)
Misc. ornamental ribbon grass-~x3 -divisions of my plants ($0)
Total doing it MY way--- $52. Wow. That's about $250 cheaper than just ordering it (the easy way) Can't wait to see how this progresses.
Oops-Forgot- I'll have to add about $15 for potting soil. I have all the pots I need.
Now, spring needs to hurry along!