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Fall plants at Lowe's

Post  dixie on 8/30/2010, 5:58 pm

Our local Lowe's (TN) had a good selection of fall plants: bundles of onions, 6 or 9 packs of collards, broccoli, 2 cauliflowers, brussel sprouts, seems like more. There were 2 full stands of them outside. No seeds, only plants.
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Post  Ha-v-v on 8/30/2010, 7:37 pm

Oooo I hope I find fall plants, I really dont want to do seed. Im pooped.
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Post  graficow on 8/30/2010, 7:47 pm

I sure hope Lowes or HD in Florida has finally gotten their fall plants in.
Im so anxious to get them planted. DH is ready to go for surgery and I
want to get it done beforehand.

Anybody in Florida have info?
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Post  junequilt on 8/30/2010, 8:33 pm

Thanks for the tip -- I'll stop by my local Lowe's tomorrow after work.

It's really pathetic because I have some seeds, but just don't have the wherewithal to deal with them!

I did plant some presprouted seeds a few weeks ago. The heat did most of 'em in.
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Post  sceleste54 on 8/31/2010, 10:23 pm

I'm in the Panhandle, and all I'm seeing so far is the summer leftovers... and they are not long for this world !!

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Post  Youngatheart on 9/1/2010, 5:42 pm

I'm in the panhandle, too, and I noticed our Lowes had some fall veggies (broccoli, brussel sprouts, & collards), but not the onion bunches I was looking for, so I just bought a pack of onion seeds...I'm planting now and didn't want to wait!

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Re: Fall plants at Lowe's

Post  acara on 9/2/2010, 3:20 pm

Same in Central FL ... "new" stuff came out last week.

Broc, cali, squash, collards ..

Nice to see something new on the racks besides nearly-dead mint & catnip.

I know it would never happen (due to lost sales from aisle wandering), but wouldn't it be nice if the Lowe's/Home Depots of the world would put webcams in their outdoor centers ... just so you could see if there was anything new in the plant aisle :drunken:

I keep hoping that someday that Bonnie's will get a clue & at least have a section on their website for "Hey ...here's what we shipped to your favorite store this week".
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Post  elliephant on 9/2/2010, 9:00 pm

I didn't plan to buy any plants this fall (we all know how that goes, right?) but because of this thread I took a look at Lowes today. They have an "Amelia" tomato that I'll probably go back and get once my beds are ready. That's my 3 year old's name!

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