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Feb 25, 2012 11:01 AM CST
Name: LeBug 6b
Greenville, In.
Hurray! I have petunia and coleus seedlings this morning the only coleus that hasn't come up yet are the ones I'm really wanting the Scutellanriodies Solenostemon that possibally have the Fishnet Stockings in but those seeds are a yr. older so I've got high hopes for them Big Grin

Here's what I have coming up:

Denium petunia
Limelight coleus
Henna coleus
Big Redish Pink coleus
Red Pretty coleus

I'm planting Gaillardias today just sitting the seed trays on top of the lights well really they aren't seed trays it's plastic containers cookies were in that I saved Smiling That's what I used to germinate them in last year and it worked out really well there are four separate sections in each one so it's really easy to separate the different kinds and it doesn't use so many seed trays to take up so much room.

I had a bunch of Gaillardias in pots that I was trying to sell last year (45) it wasn't a good year for selling plants it got hot way too soon last year so I gave them away thinking they wouldn't over winter in pots they have died on me over winter before. I kept about five other than the 45 I gave away just to see for sure and they are still green out there! Just my luck Whistling So now I'm trying again Rolling on the floor laughing As wet as this winter has been I can't believe they are still alive.

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