Seed and Sun

Seed and Sun A couple of girls with green thumbs growing and selling native and edible plants locally.



The term "All Fools," was probably meant as a deliberate stab at All Saints (November 1) and All Souls (November 2) Day. Although the origin of playing practical jokes and pranks on this day is hazy, many folklorists believe it may go back to 16th-century France. At that time, New Year's Day was March 25, with a full week of partying and exchanging gifts until April 1. In 1582, the Gregorian calendar moved New Year's Day to January 1. Those who forgot or refused to honor the new calendar were teasingly called, "April Fool!" Weather folklore states, "If it thunders on All Fools Day, it brings good crops of corn and hay."


We have been busy bees so far this spring and can't wait to release our first batch of plants!


Pebble Bend Dr
Houston, TX



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