Seed Catalog Time!

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Yes it is the time of year that seed catalogs arrive, but this year I have been flooded with them. I have only ordered from 3 of these in the past, but they must share their mailing lists or something. I am actually late this year placing my order. If you plan to grow your own transplants you need to order now to make sure that what you want is in stock. I am in pretty good shape as I always have seeds left over from previous years. In fact I just planted several types of spinach and lettuce in the greenhouse. I will post some photos of the greenhouse setup soon and chronicle all my plantings and transplantings as the season progresses.

  For now, get started! Plant those seeds, nurture the seedlings and you will be ready to go in a month or so when the soil can be worked. I have several tricks to getting a very early crop of many vegetables and will share those in future posts. If you are a gardener that buys transplants later to set out, then just sit back and be jealous of those of us that have now begun gardening and growing our food for the 2010 season!

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Will Sig
1 Modern Mom

I don’t have a garden but I plant herbs in pots. 🙂

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2 Joseph Condron

Having read your post, I think I will go out and purchase a small greenhouse and plant some vegetables.
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3 Bob Johnson

I usually go to Dutch Growers in town to pick up a few already grown flowers and shrubs, the neighbors plant from seed and usually have no success , short growing season in Saskatoon for everything but dandelions.
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