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SPRING FEVER!!!!!!!!!!!

Yea it's official, spring fever is here....LOL! I have all my little seed packs and have been in the greenhouse, and will be out there again today planting cinnamon basil, thai basil, purple basil, BRUSSELL SPROUTS, tomatoes, peppers.....yea my greenhouse will be overflowing....i rearranged to accomodate more plants, and realize i just was not using the space as wisely as i could's cramped, but doable!  A good source for seed (besides me)  is Botanical Interests they are awesome! Lots of info on each packet, and reasonable priced, good selection, the whole nine i have some new seed to plant from them. They have a website and blog too, and are a family owned company.  I can't wait to get out there and DIG IN.....!! Ya'll have an HERBY day!  debbie
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Here on the Washington coast it feels like however is the last day of nice weather for a bit. But the real cold is behind us now. And the days are getting longer. I don't have a greenhouse yet but that doesn't stop me from starting things inside. I've gotten a few bareroots and transplanted them. The incoming rain will water them in good. In the meantime I will watch the little sprounts emerge from their little table top homes and look for the day they can get to growing outside.
Have a wonderful day

Posted by Cheryl on February 21, 2009 at 10:38 AM EST #

thanks Cheryl you too!

Posted by debbie on February 21, 2009 at 12:49 PM EST #

I am so envious! Here in NW Wyoming the ground is still froze. I have two greenhouses but, I don't heat them in the Winter, yet;-) I will have at least one more month till I can plant. To break up the Winter I am going to Las Vegas to an International Master Gardner Conference with 5 other gals. When we get home it will be time to start seeds. Hope you find the greenhouse that will work for you!

Posted by Ronda on February 23, 2009 at 08:41 AM EST #

Hi Ronda,
Have fun in shows are always the best. We now have very wet weather. However it feels like the bad cold is now behind us. The pussy willows are in bloom, the robins and red-winged blackbirds are now here. Spring has sprung. It's still too cool to plant anything fragile outside. Here we can get very cold nights in March and April. May is our outside planting time.
Enjoy your trip.

Posted by Cheryl on February 23, 2009 at 12:41 PM EST #

Hi Ronda, thanks for stopping by. Hope you enjoy that conference! Learn something new and let us know, too! Have a great day! debbie

Posted by debbie on February 23, 2009 at 12:47 PM EST #

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