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fall sowing

Posted by chrizty 6 PA (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 7, 08 at 22:52

im starting my fall sowing already! lol i cant wait, dug out all the biannual seeds, havent got all of them started but i will")
anyone else started theirs yet?


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Nope not yet! But I have them all in their box just waiting to get in a container! I plan to start them over the next 2 weeks!:)


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what all are you fall sowing? I'm interested in knowing..."poking through seed box"


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I want to know too!

I was planning to start my perennial seeds in the 1st part of September and then start my annuals via WS.

Diana


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Mine will be the hundred million perennials I didn't get a chance to ws. All kinds of stuff!
I still have a box of stuff I need to look up! UGH! And I have already started trading again......what am I doing?....lol...


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Mine will be the hundred million perennials I didn't get a chance to ws. All kinds of stuff!
I still have a box of stuff I need to look up! UGH!

Me too!...but at least I have NOT started trading...yet...I doubt if there is much I don't already have, that is getting aged in the seed box...sigh...too many seeds...too little time and energy.

Sue


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lol well i dont have a box full! i wish lol
i have for fall sowing
black eyed susans
cone flowers purple
holly hocks single light pink-to-dark purple mix
holly hocks single pale yellow
hollyhocks doubles mix
foxgloves pink n purple
sweet williams
honesty money plant
i do have some perennials to start yet:)
columbines
dames rocket
grape hyacinth
iris
tulipa tarda
i so want to winter sow my annuals this year.


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I will be starting flowering cabbage and pansies in about two weeks when I get back from galavanting around the country with my daughter. I am so thankful that it will begin cooling off soon.


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"Me too!...but at least I have NOT started trading...yet.."
Oh, but your time will come...lol...:)


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Hey ladies!
Popping in for a sec.

I've only started HH,digitalis,ornamental cabbages and kales ...last two,getting chewed up by something.

In the veggie garden,I've sewn:
cabbage...edible kind
collards
radishes
beets...dug up by armadillos,gotta re-sew
carrots
cauliflower...once again,gotta re-sew because of stinkin' 'dillos
brussels sprouts...ditto on stinkin 'dillos

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I've never stopped.I started in January and now its August.I figure no need to quit now just finish out the year and start over.Its a cycle!


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lucky debbiep! lol there are a few annuals i would love to start now but cant cause my zone.
i need to look in to the vegies that are for fall sowing


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