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    flowerpowerz5
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    Den set up

    Mystery seed from Rob the perennial none of the annuals came up.

    The living room set up.

    Toad lily from Molly they are all doing well.


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    luvmyb_b
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    Everything looks great, Sandy!  You are really going to be ready for spring.  Good for you!


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    takyslaky
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    Looks really good Sandy.  My living room will look like yours by next week.  Gotta clean up the shelf and get it placed.  You are off to a good start.  Your seedlings look very healthy.


    SunshineNY6
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    The setups look great. Since I was at your house, I see the whole picture. Sorry the annual mystery seed did not do well.


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    plantdoctorzn4
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    It looks like you have been busy planting and transplanting, Sandy.  They look good….and happy where they are.  Isn’t it funny how they adapt quickly to being transplanted and moved.  I see you use lights even when they are in the windows….maybe those aren’t south windows?

    I have a few more that could stand a 2nd transplant, but I am holding off until next weekend.  I’ve got enough to do today.  Charlene


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    flowerpowerz5
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    Charlene it is south windows but not enough to keep them from stretching. I have more in my bedroom also but not as many as in the den and living room. I have actually finished today planting seed now just wait for transplanting and letting them grow. Not sure I will put the green house up this year or not. Time will tell.


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    abeyl
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    Sandy tell me about the Toad Lily. I planted some seed from a plant that looks like an iris but is greyish green and 10 to 12″ tall and I don’t know what it is. Maybe a toad lily. The seedlings look like yours. Abey


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    flowerpowerz5
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    Abey this is the first time I’ve grown it. The leaves look like reeds or Iris just starting. Mine are nice and green. Maybe Molly will see this and answer your question better. One of the crepe myrtle you gave me came up and is growing slowly so hopefully it will be big enough to plant in the ground this year.


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    abeyl
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    Sandy I’m glad the crepe myrtle seed came up, I have some up too. Mine are growing really well. I don’t need them so will give them to someone. Abey


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    wilderness_NY_Z4
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    Sandy nice set up and your seedlings are looking great.


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    Gayle
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    They look good


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    Sandy K.
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    They are looking great Sandy . They look so healthy .

    I never thought about using the paint cans , I could use them under my make shift shelves . I’m using those laminated  floor boards lol.

    Sandy K.


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    razzmataz
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    I am happy to report that out of the 6 sets of mystery seedlings I got from Snowwolf………Sherrilyn, I think??…….I have sprouts on all but maybe one of them!  One set I had to soak nick seed and soak overnight, and they have sprouted already, and looks like it is going to be some type of lily, and two of the others looks very tiny…while a couple others look sturdier!   This is exciting!  Can’t wait to see what they are going to be!

    I also transplanted some of the mexican hats last night, thanks, Leslie! and a few other things, but seeing the thread about the salpi reminded me I need to get some of those sown…….don’t know where I am going to put all this stuff til its warmer, and also, how I am going to manage to take care of it!


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