Perennials are ideal for the garden because they survive the winter, and return each spring!
In nature, perennial plants drop their seeds in the fall, and the seeds undergo a cold stratification process through the winter, which is a requirement for them to grow. When the warm weather appears in the spring, it signals the time to grow! We can imitate winter by planting perennial seeds in a pot, and placing them in a cold garage, or fridge. Indoor planting allows us to control things like moisture, temperature, and protect the seeds from being eaten or washed away, ultimately providing the best chance for your seeds to grow.
Now is a great time to plan next years gardens, and have your seeds ready for a winter start indoors!