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Jan 8, 2013 10:10 AM CST
Name: Ann
Rock Hill, SC (Zone7-8)
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My amazing daughter-in-law, Kelly (known to you guys as klstuart), gave me this great propagator from Park Seed for Christmas. It measures 20"x16"x10"deep and came with all the little bio-sponges to plant the seeds in. I want to get a heat mat for it, but even Park Seed doesn't have the right size, but their closest is 20"x20". You all had warned that they are expensive, but $54.95?! Anyone have any experience with a better place to shop for one?

Also need advice as to what seeds will best take advantage of this propagation system. I should have a lot of seed candidates when my box from Ella arrives Smiling

http://www.greenhousenation.com/polytex-snap-grow-6x12-silve...
Check this out...the subject of my envy! My friend, Jenn (cjhound) who wasn't able to participate in this year's swap, has just purchased this gorgeous greenhouse. She only lives 5 minutes from me...maybe I can trade seeds for just a little corner in it! Lovey dubby

Can't remember if I reported on my vermiculite purchase...big bag (4 cubic feet) for $18.99 at the local Farmer's Exchange. I'm hoping that's a good price.

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