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Post  AranMC on 1/28/2012, 2:51 pm

Sooo... while I'm waiting forever for Spring to arrive I've made my first seed order, collaborated with a neighbour on a second seed order (my Christmas gift to her which I'll also be sharing, so we both get to try new stuff). Sourced ingredients for Mels Mix.... I'll be able to be 100% compliant with his recipe...lol
Ordered more seed catalogues I love to read them and drool...
I found another catalogue that has a much better selection of fruit bushes...

The new potting shed/old chicken shed is finished with whitewashing inside, hubby and father in law are down there right now wiring in fluorescent lights and outlets...

Been reading a canning/preserving book but want to get another, better one, some good recipes in it though...

Realized I'd bought the old SFG book so I've reordered the ANSFG now that should be here in a couple of days and I can compare the differences...

I've worked out some charts, for seed starting, transplanting, harvests, garden chores etc.. I've got an old vertical file briefcase type thingy... for keeping all my charts, articles, seed packets, info in...
I just need to add the info to the charts...

I've been going through my recipe books (I'm Vegan and slowly converting hubby..lol) and finding all the beautiful recipes for using fresh fruit and veggies... I'll be able to start sowing seed indoors by the end of February/early march if they finish my potting shed...




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Post  martha on 1/28/2012, 3:03 pm

Very impressive!


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Post  shannon1 on 1/29/2012, 1:23 am

Very good and don't feel too bad about getting the old book there is a ton of great info in there that is not in the new book about building cold frames, making compost tea, building compost bins and such.

What seeds did you order?


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