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« Reply #10 on: November 22, 2005 05:14:41 AM »

Yay! It doesn't matter when we do it to me, just as long as we do it!  Grin
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« Reply #11 on: November 22, 2005 06:15:07 AM »

possibly! It wouldn't hurt to do it in the winter though-seeds keep pretty well actually.so-it doesn't matter to me really. Cheesy
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« Reply #12 on: November 22, 2005 07:46:06 AM »

Yeah you are right - I was just thinking about the ones that might have to buy seed.
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« Reply #13 on: November 22, 2005 07:52:33 AM »

ah- I didn't think of that! Embarrassed
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« Reply #14 on: November 24, 2005 04:51:59 PM »

Oh, I am *so* in!  What a great idea. . .it could be sweet to match up partners in similar climate zones, then send "mystery" seeds with instructions. . .you'd have to wait for them to grow to see the surprise!
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« Reply #15 on: November 28, 2005 03:11:32 PM »

haha-that's a great idea! we'd just have to make sure that they weren't soemthing that could take over an entire area or anything...like mint does! haha...that would be awful! but hte surprise thing sounds cool!
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« Reply #16 on: November 28, 2005 06:04:26 PM »

My tomato plants froze last week and died. I finally got around to pulling them up on saturday and I found two hidden tomatoes still attached! One was perfectly ripe, one was still green. It made pulling up the last of the plants a lot more bearable! (it was still sad, though.)


we'd just have to make sure that they weren't soemthing that could take over an entire area or anything...like mint does!

I've been wanting an all mint lawn for years! It would smell incredible when you walked on it.

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« Reply #17 on: November 29, 2005 05:42:14 AM »

^^^I want mint like that too!!  Cool

So when should we do this? I like the mystery idea also! That would be fun! I'd like to do it right away because I like to have something to look forward to when spring comes, but it might be easier to wait. Either way I'm happy!  Grin
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« Reply #18 on: November 29, 2005 07:08:35 AM »

My tomato plants froze last week and died. I finally got around to pulling them up on saturday and I found two hidden tomatoes still attached! One was perfectly ripe, one was still green. It made pulling up the last of the plants a lot more bearable! (it was still sad, though.)


we'd just have to make sure that they weren't soemthing that could take over an entire area or anything...like mint does!

I've been wanting an all mint lawn for years! It would smell incredible when you walked on it.



That is neat that you found two more - My tomatoes didn't make either - tried to grow them for fall here in Texas but had a couple of super cold morning and they are gone  Undecided  Need to get a mini hot house

Have you ever grown chocolate mint? It's wonderful!
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« Reply #19 on: November 29, 2005 07:10:55 AM »

^^^I want mint like that too!!  Cool

So when should we do this? I like the mystery idea also! That would be fun! I'd like to do it right away because I like to have something to look forward to when spring comes, but it might be easier to wait. Either way I'm happy!  Grin

I don't mind doing this Jan or Feb   -  even if you don't have seed saved up you should be able to start finding seeds in Feb for early planting. At least here in Texas you can.

Does anyone pot their seed up ahead of time so they are well started by spring?  If so then Jan/Feb would be the perfect time.
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