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when to put poppy seeds on snow

Posted by saint_ivo z6 Nrthrn NJ (My Page) on
Fri, Jan 16, 04 at 11:51

In a message from last August or so, Rosa said she just broadcast poppy seeds on the snow. What time of year did you do that, Rosa? I have 3 year old seeds from a friend, kept dry but not cold, and I just thought I would scatter them about and see what happens.


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RE: when to put poppy seeds on snow

  • Posted by Rosa 4 CO (My Page) on
    Sat, Jan 17, 04 at 9:19

Go for it. Here I do this anytime between now and mid april. But realize that we have a way longer winter than you, with snow that can occur up till the end of May. Were are you in NJ-I grew up there.


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RE: when to put poppy seeds on snow

Thanks Rosa -- I'm in Cedar Grove, just outside of Montclair


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RE: when to put poppy seeds on snow

  • Posted by Rosa 4 CO (My Page) on
    Sat, Jan 17, 04 at 16:23

Grew up in Jersey City, then Westfield. Been in Colorado now for almost 30 years.
Good luck!!


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