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My windowsill is full - is yours?

Posted by mcpeg 5 (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 7, 07 at 9:14

Okay, I really have spring fever - hence the posts!
My front window now has calendula (note for next year - sow directly in garden), tomato (just 3 plants for the moment), lupins, dwarf goblin gaillardia, anise hyssop, strawberry sticks, alpine strawberries, catnip, lavender, delphinium and my cat (he has the corner).
What do you have on your window?
I am also going to start a few varieties of heirloom tomatoes.
What's on your window?


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RE: My windowsill is full - is yours?

I had 5 Geraniums, 2 Tiny Tim Cherry tomatoes, 2 Luna Red Hibuscus, Basil, Coriader, Parsley and Leaf Lettuce in my living room window. I still had a bunch to sow and my living room was looking like a mess so I ended up building shelves in the basement and putting regular 4' shop lights on them. I now also have petunias, iceland poppies, shasta daisies, imaptiens, leeks, red peppers and hot peppers. So much more still to sow...I got a bit carried away!

Lakshmi


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