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when is winter going to over

Posted by mikey-gardener 6a,6b, kcmo (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 4, 10 at 21:01

I have plants, flowers, herbs and some of my bulbs that is showing signs of needing to be put outside, but not in this snow and bitter cold. My first year of winter sowing and looking forward to warmer weather to see if everything is okay. My maters, bhut peppers and very hot chili peppers along with 6 types of herbs and flowers seeds showing sprouts now. Needs spring to get here fast!!!

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RE: when is winter going to over

I'm lucky enough to be in zone 8 so I can get started early. I started winter sowing last Dec out in my un-heated greenhouse so right now I have pansies and violas blooming. I set them outside yesterday so next week,barring any more rain,I can set them out in the flowerbeds.

My tomatoes,peppers and herbs are still under light here in the house but they will be going out for short periods starting today until they're harden off enough to go to the GH for growing on and then when weather a little morestable...out into the yard...well,the pepper and tomatoes but only a few of the herbs...the rest are for farmers amrket sales so I can support my dirty,seedy little habit*G*


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