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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

A Few Vegetable Garden Seeds Planted

While this post might be more interesting to me (for record keeping purposes) than anyone else it contains the list of seed varieties I planted on Monday Feb. 15, 2010. They were planted in peat pots and seed starting medium and are currently under lights indoors in a roughly 70 degree environment. Warmer temperatures might hasten the germination process but I don't use heat mats. Not that heat mats aren't a great idea I just never got around to buying any! Starting these seeds in mid-February will give them a good 8 weeks to grow before mid-April.


2010 Vegetable Seeds Started as of 2/15/2010

Tomato 
Pepper
Basil
Herbs
Other
San Marzano
Cardinal Hybrid
Thai
Cilantro
Hosta
  Brandywine
Flavorburst
Spicy Globe
Dill
Daylily-Mixed Stella
Cherokee Purple
California Wonder
Dark Opal


Viva Italia
Big Dipper
Sweet Italian


Pantano Romanesco
Cayenne Long Thin



Chico
Sweet Banana



Roma VFN




Brandywine




Big Boy




Yellow Pear




Better Boy

6 comments :

  1. Now the fun begins!! Will you walk holes in the soles of your shoes looking at these like I do?

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  2. Darla,

    I checked them twice yesterday, one day after planting with no real hope of that kind of crazy germination. I would say the answer to your question is... definitely!

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  3. With a foot of snow expected before the day ends and winds high enough to cause total whiteouts, reading about your seed plantings is like a soothing, hopeful elixir for the gardening soul. :-) Good luck with them!

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  4. I guess this is the only gardening activity going on, as it is so cold outside. Good luck with your seedlings!

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  5. I need to get going on seeds... haven't even started any!

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  6. I need to get out & plant cool weather plants. Still very cold here but when it warms up boy look out.

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