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Feb 22, 2012 10:59 PM CST
Name: Dianne
Sacramento, CA, zone 9a
Jill - double planting in the jugs - I like that concept. I should be able to find plants of differing leaves like you suggested and mix them in. Haven't brought hardly any soda at all in the last couple of years, so I have maybe 4 of the 2L bottles lying around.

We have recycling pick up as part of our weekly waste pickup so all the recycling goes somewhere that I imagine is a large recycling facility.

Lebug,thanks for your offer of letting me know which seeds take a LONG time to germinate, but, unfortunately, those were jugs that were sow so long ago that the numbers have faded. (I have since started to write the numbers on white electrical tape and taping it on the bottom of the jug in addition to writing the number all over the place on the outside and one on the inside of the jugs). Hilarious!

There are 3 jugs that I don't know what the seedlings are so I will take photos of them tomorrow and post them to see if any one recognizes them.

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