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Fragrant Plants Indoors, Eating Spruce Tips, and Plantrama Seattle

In this episode Ellen and C.L. talk about eating the tips off of spruce trees, what people mean when they say they are “forcing plants,” and which houseplants can bring fragrance into your home this winter.
 
:32 What’s for dinner: Spruce tips! Euell Gibbons was right…
5:35 Plant Noob: What does “forcing plants” mean?
9:13 Eat/Drink/Grow: Growing fragrant houseplants
16:00 Love Letters and Questions:   Randall asks if the Plantrama team will be back in Seattle this winter for the Northwest Flower and Garden Show.

We mention Logee’s as a source for fragrant houseplants.

Look for the new, tender growth on spruce trees.

Meyer lemon flowers are very fragrant indoors and outside.

Jasminum polyanthum, aka winter jasmine, is widely available in the winter and will perfume an entire room.

Ellen and C.L. had such fun answering questions from the audience at the Northwest Flower and Garden Show in 2018 that we’ll be back in 2019!

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