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Postby silverowl » Fri Feb 21, 2014 11:12 pm

We started flower seeds at school this week. The kids are really excited, things are sprouting already! It was nice getting my hands into the dirt again.
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Re: Beginnings

Postby SandyLee » Sat Feb 22, 2014 6:29 pm

YAY! Hope the "babies" do well, and the kids enjoy them!

I "baby-sat" my neighbors' tomato seedlings recently.... I was SO happy I didn't kill them (the seedlings, not my neighbors ;) ) while they were on vacation!

Even thinking I MIGHT try some this year! :P
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Re: Beginnings

Postby Russ Emmons » Thu Feb 27, 2014 2:17 am

Past few days we've got out the trays, seed packs, potting soil etc. Started lining things up. Even planted a couple of pots today--Eggplants, Peppers :R
Just so hard getting into this yet even tho the calendar and day lengths say so despite the "glaciers" we have across our lawn & yard and the bitter cold & blowing :x --Same goes for Bluebird etc. nest boxes which need cleaning & fixing up. (We've had Bluebirds hanging around a few times)--"Tis the season" despite as it seems not .:roll:

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Re: Beginnings

Postby SandyLee » Thu Feb 27, 2014 4:16 pm

I hear ya, Russ! :B
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