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Re: January 2013: Pacific Northwest

Post  GWN on 1/31/2013, 9:44 am

The articles I have read, suggest I plant them next fall, is that what you mean?
I am really just trying to get some sometime, they suggested I keep them in the peat until the fall and then replant them?

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Post  gwennifer on 1/31/2013, 12:47 pm

Spinwind, great to hear from you! Four bags of compost each month from 10 rabbits? Oh my!

I guess I'm just a wimp. I never even cleaned up the garden from last fall. Once it got cold and rainy I never went back out there. Yuck.

GWN, have fun with all your cuttings! I grew a euonymus plant from a cutting once. It's planted in my neighbors yard now. It took years before it was the same size as a quart sized plant I could have picked up for $4 at a big box store. Not sure if I could have helped it along to make it grow faster - surely the nurseries are doing something different or they wouldn't be able to sell them so cheap.

Hmmmm.... last day of the month and I haven't set up my seed starting table in my bedroom yet. Guess I better do that today. Love my daily salads; gotta get them growing.

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