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Apr 15, 2014 2:59 PM CST
Name: Julianna
Victoria, BC USDA Zone 8
It snowed this morning pretty bad and it's sticking on the grass and plastic covers. Duane took special care to make sure they were well-anchored, so hopefully, we won't lose anything. Chards and celeries are in the garage. Tomorrow will be another cold day, then Thursday it starts to warm up and Friday it's forecast to reach 13C.

I have spent the last few days trying to nail down my tomato growing list for this year. I have gotten so many seeds over the past few years that I have resorted to stuffing them into little boxes for lack of room in my binders. I got a new binder for this year's seeds, but nothing new for the surplus seeds and I'm realizing how ridiculous that has turned out to be for finding things. I pulled everything out of the 2 binders I have of seeds I've never grown before and organized them by first letter. To alphabetize each one would be a nightmare. I have over 2000 varieties. Today, I have finally finished my list and for the first time since I started down this road of heirloom tomato-growing, I am growing 72 varieties of tomatoes that I've never grown before, several from NisiNJ, patti1957, and jhgarden. Thanks!! Group hug
Grazie a tutti,
Julianna

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