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Plants are "a growin" in the basement.

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Plants are "a growin" in the basement.

Post  SQFTBIX on 2/18/2011, 8:40 am

I have the first signs of Spring in my basement! Not really, but hey, one can hope. Actually, I have Cabbage seedlings that will need to go under the lights tonight! Trying a new technique of sorts to see what the results look like.
It's supposed to be in the 50's with a little wind tomorrow so I will be in the garden laying my patio bricks out. Can't do ton of work as I have been nursing a real sore throat for the last 3 days. My wife would have an issue if I were to spend the whole day outside. And, I can't get sick as I have to take my son to a college open house on Monday. Smile


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Post  quiltbea on 2/18/2011, 8:57 am

Its always a great sign of spring, or at least it gives us some hope, when we start a few seeds and see them germinate.

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