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Dec 27, 2014 10:58 AM CST
Name: Julianna
Victoria, BC USDA Zone 8
Good morning piggies! I hope everyone had a lovely Christmas. For us, it was a quiet one this year, just the two of us and the cats. I got a lovely calendar from Seed Savers Exchange and a book by a dear friend of mine that I'd like to share with you. It's called Epic Tomatoes, written by Craig LeHoullier from Raleigh, South Carolina. He's taught me so much about breeding tomatoes and successfully growing eggplants and peppers in containers on our driveway. If you have a large driveway or a car that lives in the garage, it's really an ideal location for growing shorter Solanums because the concrete radiates the heat back to these heat-loving plants.

Duane and I are using this quiet time to get the house better organized. I finally got my seed boxes squared away and that's a big relief. All of my packet labels have my email address on them and we changed internet providers last year which meant the entire inventory needed to be changed. Normally, I do have some pre-packaged seeds ready to go for trading, but not this time. I'll be in really good shape for next year, though!
Grazie a tutti,

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