The media kit included a form for ordering up to eighteen more complimentary packets of Renee's Gardens seeds to try out in our gardens. It didn't take me long to discover that once I started reviewing the write-ups for Renee's exquisite sounding vegetable, herb and flower seeds, it was almost difficult to limit my selection to only eighteen. In less than two week's time, my mailbox was stuffed full with all but one of the complimentary seed packets that I had ordered. I was disappointed that without any explanation, packet #5929, the "French Gold" filet pole beans that I had ordered was omitted from my order. I was so looking forward to trying this bean out in my garden because their write-up made that particular bean sound so good. The French Gold bean was described as being hard-to-find, yellow pole beans, true "haricot verts", classically slim, round 7 to 9 inch pods with a delicate, sweet flavor and a crispy snap that would be heavy bearing and especially choice eating. I guess when Renee says they're "hard-to-find" in her description, it really does mean they are hard to find. Oh well.Even though the strong possibility of a hard frost prevents me from direct sowing the Spitfire nasturtiums for the Seed Grow Project this early in our gardening season, I can report that it's not too early to plant some of those cool-crop vegetables - like Renee's Lacinato Italian Heirloom Kale.