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    Millet and Morning Glory

    are both sprouting after days and days of rain !
    I have big plans for the morning glory so I hope it works with me.
    The lantana and datura have not sprouted but may take a couple of weeks. The temps have been very unstable as well.
    More daylily seeds are waking up too
    "If I keep a green bough in my heart, a singing bird will come"




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    Cathy,
    Isn't it exciting to see those little sprouts come up?
    I started yesterday potting up some of the sedlings from the seed you and Rebecca sent me. Got 3 flats and 2 gallons of the puprle sage. Only a few of the hibiscus have sprouted but I am hoping for more. THe Mexican hat needs potting up next. I think every seed germinated from all the seeds you sent except the coreopsis which had very little germination. Or maybe it will germinate later. I bought 500 3 1/2 inch pots to start potting in. That should keep me busy for a little while. I have some heavier 4" pots for some of the plants like the hibiscus to go in.
    I'm not getting anything done in here so I guess it is time to go out and get to work.
    tennessee sue

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