today’s planting list

Starting Seeds
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Heliotrope, Marine (1 pot)
Lettuce, Prizehead (4-pack)
Broccoli, Calabrese (4-pack)
Broccoli, Marathon F1 (4-pack)
Eggplant, Orient Express F1 (4-pack)

2009 sow-what-and-when

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  • I want your discipline!

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  • We will have the same Broccoli planting date as I just finished mine before logging into the computer.

    I see you are planting lettuce. You can seed and transplant the ‘surprise seed’ as you would lettuce, although it is not lettuce. It can take light frost so it can be started indoors over the next month. It could also be direct sown outdoors when you plant out your broccoli.

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  • MarianLondonUK
    March 11, 2009 10:00 PM

    Evening Kathy, I have been transplanting some seedlings on to the next stage, i.e. from seed compost to John Innes No. 1.
    Do you or fellow readers know if it is o.k. to re-use the seed compost for another batch of seed or shall I just put it in the compost heap? It seems a shame to dump it.

    Thanks. Marian

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  • I think seed planting is the most pleasurable and relaxing past times going around.
    It seems from your enthusiasm you find it the same.
    Enjoy.

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  • It’s this exciting? I agree that planting seeds is relaxing. And so HOPEFUL . . . yes, spring is on it’s way! I’m all done with my seeds until it’s time to seed the larger quick-growing plants — like cukes, squash and melons. Now . . . I’m just waiting for my sprouts! Have fun! -Sandy

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  • when do you start your cucs, squash and melons inside anyway? tia 🙂

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