Seed Stoked!!! How about you

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  1. Deana Tankersley

    Deana Tankersley Seedling

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    Look forward to ordering seeds from them each yr
     
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    Catdaddy6676 Seedling

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    I was so excited about seeds for this spring that I ordered them last October.

    All have been planted and 95% germinated and are growing!

    Very satisfying, I must say.
     
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    Deana Tankersley Seedling

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    Awesome @Catdaddy6676 ..Im so excited to get to planting, been away from gardening for six yrs running a business...man does it feel wonderful to be playing in soil again. So whatcha Got a growin :wobble:
     
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    Catdaddy6676 Seedling

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    Tomatoes (San Marzano, Roma, cherry and heirlooms), peppers (Bell's, poblanos, banana, habanero, jalapeno and cayenne), cucumbers, spinach and bok choy.

    Last year was my first garden in 5-6 years also. Had really good results with a few tomato and pepper plants (~25 total plants) in containers. I caught the fever!
     
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    Deana Tankersley Seedling

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    Feels great doesn't it. I would say so..its certainly contagious jus be outside see a peak of sun..stick your hands in dirt and it's on..lol I also got habeneros,ban pepp.bells, and tomatoes,bok choy, etc. So excited to start planting tomorrow. Ever do upside down tomatoes, oh man they really did well , certainly gonna do that again this yr.
     
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