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have: winter seed sowing saturday january 16 redmond wa

Posted by greenelephant Woodinville WA (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 16, 09 at 18:14

Details on my page.

Noon to 3 PM

I'll bring plenty of dirt, blank labels, markers, some seeds and some pots.

You bring pots and seeds too.

This is indoors. I'll have the coffee and tea on.

Cheers,

Jim
425-223-7249 cell


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RE: coming & bringing pots

Coming with husband, James & bringing flats (solid & mesh), 2 & 4" pots, & others to share from our white Suburban.
I'm also hoping to figure out some of the mystery plants I received at the swap in pouring rain in November. My notes were sketchy & I'm curious about varieties of:
rosemary 4" pot
lilac (said a sucker from white flowered plant blooms pink)
hydrangea, lacecap
white calla lily potted
I was wearing black jacket & pink corduroy pants & traders came to me for my Kaffir Lily 'Oregon Sunset'(Schizostylis coccinea), so if you were one of those who gave me plants I'd love to know.
I'll complete the trade list once I figure it out.


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RE: have: winter seed sowing saturday january 16 redmond wa

How did the wintersowing day work out, Jim? I'm so envious of all those who can attend, but I'm doing my own wintersowing. So far I have about 100 jugs planted and outside. We'll see you at the spring Green Elephant, I hope, with a lot of wintersown babies to give away.


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