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OK you've peaked my interest...

Posted by jimmyjojo 5b Southern Ontario (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 3, 06 at 10:03

Just popped over here to see what all the hubbub was about. And I see Tim Horton cups and paper toilet rolls being discussed?

Does anyone have instructions on how to winter sow? Perhaps on a member's page.


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RE: OK you've peaked my interest...

Hello Jimmyjojo,
I have provided a link to the FAQ page of the mother wintersowing forum.
Ian

Here is a link that might be useful: Wintersowing FAQ page


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RE: OK you've peaked my interest...

Welcome Jimmyjojo! I'm sure you won't regret venturing here. I got 'hooked' when I stumbled upon this article a couple years ago:

http://gardengal.net/page104.html

It's by Trudi, who will soon get to know. This plus the FAQ referred to above and you'll be ready to roll! Good luck!


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RE: OK you've peaked my interest...

Thanks guys. I pasted the FAQ together to make one doc which is the same as the one on garden gate. Don't want to miss anything. I did this on a small scale last winter and it worked well.


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