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by Francine on January 29, 2006 04:46 AM
hello,

would someone know what seeds takes longer that i can sow right now,unfortunately there s so much space(a limited space) to put my seedlings on my south facing window inside,the most space i got is a west facing window and there is a building right beside so it s partly shade almost no sun from there.so what are the kind i can put over there.

thank you very much.

Franny.

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by peppereater on January 29, 2006 05:05 AM
Hi Franny. What were you wanting to grow? Vegetables? Flowers?

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by Francine on January 29, 2006 06:58 AM
Hello Dave,

thanks for the reply;i ve got a little bit of bothfor the flowers i ve got:

petunias,rose of sharon,chinesse house,turks cap lilies,four-o clock,morning glories etc...

as for the veggies:

orange,red and green bell peppers(you want some,i see you re a pepper eater),and i ve got some par-cel,tomato grapes.

for now it s all i got but before our snow melts i ll have more to sow.

thanks and have a good evening [wavey]

Franny.

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by neko nomad on February 05, 2006 03:45 AM
Francine: Starting your perennials may be problematic at this date; they're so slow in reaching transplanting size -- root-development thing, you know. The annuals should be no problem, since we're getting more daylight.
Perhaps my posts at Planting Flowers From Seeds may help you. I'll be adding more replies there soon, as my seedlings are near transplanting size.

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