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432 seedlings and counting....

Post  milaneyjane on 3/27/2011, 3:37 pm

someone stop me, LOL!!! So far in the house we have started 432 seedlings plus about 30 dahlia plants. Add to that all that will get planted directly into the garden or will get started indoors in a few weeks......eeks! If this snow doesn't melt soon I will be out there with my hairdryer melting the snow on my boxes. We are trying a lot of heirloom seeds this year and many more different variety.

Our seedling indoor planted list to this point is:

Flowers:
4 types of zinnias
4 types of marigolds
aster
cosmos
bachelor buttons
sweet william
pinks dianthus
columbine
forget-me-nots
alyssum
snapdragons
7 different types of dahlia

Veges & herbs:
romas
cherry tomato
dill
cilantro
hot lemon peppers
chili peppers
jalapeno
banana peppers
green peppers
luminary pumpkin
cabbage
broccoli
tomatillo
head lettuce

Yet to get planted:

Kentucky Wonder Pole beans
leaf lettuce
spinach
radish
snow peas
snap peas
English peas
basil
watermelon
butternut squash
zucchini
cucumber (4 varieties)
carrots (2 variety)
beets
strawberry
potato (2 types)
sweet potato
onions (2 types)
green onions
rosemary
thyme
mint
yellow summer squash
wave petunia
tigridia

Whew!!!! What is everyone else growing or starting indoors????????????
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Only 36 seedlings and counting...

Post  Goosegirl on 3/27/2011, 4:23 pm

So far I have planted in peat plugs:

Tomatoes - 5 varieties
Banana Legs, Porter's Dk Cherry, Russian Big Roma, Purple Russian, &
Roughwood Plum
Orange Bell Peppers
Basil
Kitty Crack (Catnip)

All varieties but the Kitty Crack have sprouted, but it has only been one week, so I will give the seeds a few more days before the kitties are just out of luck and I replace the plugs with something else.

I have more stuff to start indoors, but it is still way to early here to start squash and cukes and such. I also have 'taters, asparagus, and onions to be delivered in the next few weeks and by then it will be time to put them in the ground - if the snow melts.....

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