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Too early for seeds?

Posted by madisonkathy 4 (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 28, 13 at 16:47

(Wake up! Time to stop hibernating!) It happens every year. I start my seeds too early, and by the time I can put them outside, they're long and spindly. I'm anxious to get my hands dirty. Are there any flower or veggie seeds I can start now?


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RE: Too early for seeds?

Petunias and impatiens come to mind. Perhaps coleus as well.

tj


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RE: Too early for seeds?

Thanks, tsuga, good to see you around. Hope when the weather gets warmer, we have a few more folks from 'scansin posting.


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RE: Too early for seeds?

Your welcome, Kathy. I don't recall this forum being this dead before. And since this spring will be much longer in coming than last spring, we may only hear crickets chirping here for some time. ;-)

tj


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RE: Too early for seeds?

I heat my greenhouse in the middle in of winter in Wisconsin with a natural gas heater. Watch my video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvSb9bXj2B0


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