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Northwood seeds

Starting Seed Late

janetta007

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After 2 weeks they seem to be a little bigger. I have a shed I could put them in if frost threatens. But as far as the ones in the ground, well hopefully mother nature will be good to me.

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leverhead

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Knucks is right! Even if the weather gets you this season, next year will be a good one. If you put a stake in the ground about a foot away from the plant, you won't disturb the roots and will be ready to cover them when needed.
 

springheal

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Yep, looks like virginia something that I have planted to.

Check out my "springheals progress" and you will also see what precaution I took for possible frosts using old bed sheets.
 

janetta007

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So far my plants have lived through the frost we had a few weeks back. I covered them with buckets and the ones in buckets I put in the shed. Today we are expecting sleet and freezing rain about 1/4 inch. It was 80 here yesterday and now it's 37, freaky Texas weather.
 
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