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Old April 19, 2011   #16
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I love Mrs. Burns and lime basil!!! They smell divine!
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Old April 19, 2011   #17
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beatiful seedlings. better start to thin them out..
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Old April 20, 2011   #18
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Need sun soon or more heat for the basil, 4th day without any sun here. I put this sheet under my lights for a few hrs, now all my 6 sheets of tomatos,peppers, melons are needing lights everyday. Tough for the little guys, a challenge to keep alive up north here.
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Old April 20, 2011   #19
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I have several individual plants in each larger pot, usually at least three in a four inch pot but these are toscano and genovese not bush or compact types. Last photo shows them up on the shelf in the back for perspective.
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Old April 20, 2011   #20
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perfect , i will wait before taking some out, i don't want to kill them. The second set of leaves are taking forever, i guess i should keep this under my light all day then, its 3 pm here and so dark and cold outside , i see that the whole USA a has cold and snow up north states
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Old April 20, 2011   #21
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My cherries and peaches are starting to flower and I just saw a few asparagus shoots coming up so Spring must be somewhere around here... just wish the wind would die down and the temps would pick up. We had so much rain lately my neighbor was teasing me and said I should just give up on the garden and plant a rice paddy.
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Old April 20, 2011   #22
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I see that i have seed packages with you name on them Aunt Molly's currant they look so strange leaves?
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Old April 20, 2011   #23
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Yes, they are not currant tomatoes that I also sent you they are ground cherries.

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Here is the package they came from

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