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    February 2009 Archives

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    February is here again and once again the greenhouse is just not large enough for all the seedlings that I have going. Every year we increase the size of the greenhouse and every year, somehow, I manage to plant more seeds.

    We have tomaotes, peppers, cabbage, celery and eggplant germinated already with more seeds in paper towels trying to germinate. I have some feverfew and Greek oregano seedlings going as well.

    Most years I concentrate on vegetables or a few odd and end flowers. This year, while I am still concentrating on vegetables, I have changed my plan when it comes to flowers. In the past I would plant three to five flower seeds of each variety and hope they germinated and grew well. This year I am planting the entire packet of flower seeds.

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