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Old 1 Week Ago   #31
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There is no hurry Carolyn, yes I have the seeds, I'll just wait for your comments, but there is really plenty of time.
I'm glad there is plenty of time,I really am, what with the two local ladies who help me here at home having medical problems,and on and on,but that list I told you I had is still to the right of my computer.And that's the good news.

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Your list sounds about right... LOL Uber impressive list of varieties!
I have grown some but not many. Kukla is one of my perennials favs.
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Thank you Lindalana, I am really looking forward to start them all and hope they will be what I am looking for.Some of them I have grown before, some of my favorites I keep growing year after year.
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Thank you Lindalana, I am really looking forward to start them all and hope they will be what I am looking for.Some of them I have grown before, some of my favorites I keep growing year after year.
Lotte,I'm not dead yet but several of us who get what's called meals on wheels, which means volunteers deliver to our homes prepared hot meals,and fell very ill with the same meal we all ate.

And to the right of my computer is still that list I promised you.

I stop by Tville only briefly right now, but I am feeling better so hope I can participate here more directly.

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Oh that is good Carolyn, bee carefull about these meals.Here in Denmark the flu has started and it is supposed to be very nasty, so crossing my fingers it won't cross my way.

And remember to drink water when you are feeling seek.I hope you will soon feel better.
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Lucky you. You must have a lot of space. 95% of those varieties are unknown to me
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Hi Fritz77, yes I am lucky, feel lucky when I start sowing and see them with tomatoes, and when I eat them.Most of the seeds I plan to sow are new to me, but most of them I know what will be like.Looking forward to start my season in march.
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