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Feb 19, 2012 11:01 PM CST
Name: LeBug 6b
Greenville, In.
I'll keep my fingers crossed for you to get your ipad Sandy Thumbs up Thumbs up You sure worked hard for it Smiling

I got five trays of coleus planted today and one tray of Denium petunias under my table top lights I did an oops though I put plastic over my window in between the tv room to keep the cold out from the back rooms and the window is where my cord usually goes thru to the plug in tv room so had to put my lights on top of the fridge and plug it in there thing is I have to grab a step up thingie to see if I have any sprouts or if they need water or if water is dripping from the top of the cover over it, very inconvient! But hey it will work...

It's suppose to rain Tues. so I'm filling jugs to get wet by the rain so next weekend guess I'll start WS in my soil less mix. I feel like I'm so behind Hilarious! Thinking about sowing some annuals like more petunias in pots and putting covers over them then sitting them out in the spring rains if we have any we've had so much rain this winter bet this is going to be a dry spring/summer for us.

Hang in there this month Ella it's got to get better sometime you sure have had a time of it with your weather this year:rolleyes: Not a good year for little seedlings this year for you either, you get rid of piggy seeds and now you have a trailer full of plants Rolling on the floor laughing

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