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Help Seeds Going Crazy

Posted by cs7580 zone 6 TN (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 18, 07 at 11:53

What was I thinking? I started some plants by seeds. I never have any luck with seeds but this year the seed god loves me lol. I got 2 of the Jeffy Strips greenhouse to start my seeds in. The last frost date here is 4/10. Now I got seeds that are almost 3-4 inches tall. The seeds are Zinnia Common, Red Morning Glory, Moonflower, Cardinal Climber Vine, and Cypress Vine. I dont have any of my flower beds done and its to cold to try to put them out. Can I put them into pots and then pot them into the flower beds? With out killing them???? HEPL


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RE: Help Seeds Going Crazy

LOL, that was me in March of last year!! Our average last freeze is May 15th! I feel your pain :) Christy
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2 Morning Glories I started......and all of the rest in the window sill. This year I have a light cart, so I got my table back!!


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