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#378519 Nov 17th, 2013 at 11:12 AM
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I cant answer on shout again.

I read of the barrels for planting seed. Yes that's good in pots or barrels an then you will know where they are.
I planted some lily seeds indoors in an unheated room about a month ago.. They germinated.LOL



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I think I'll wait a few months and then plant them in pots in my little green house. Maybe that way they'll be ready for outside when springs shows up.

So you're gonna have to keep your lillies inside all winter?




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What kind of lillies have you planted, Barb ???

Thanks for the information, Barb---now I know just where I will plant my tri-colored Morning Glories---BUT I will wait until spring.


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SilkRoad lilys seeds
You can start perennials inside in the winter in a unheated room


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well thanks for that information, I have never heard of those, I will look them up on the internet
--but I think I will wait to start mine---.


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I think I'll start my seeds inside in February. Hopefully by the end of April they'll be ready to go outside.




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Sounds like a great Idea Sheri. kissie
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dodge, I had totally forgotten about asking for those seeds. You have a good memory. Are you going to plant any vegetables in the spring? I'm going to order some GMO free vege seeds. I'll share with you if you're planting a vegetable garden.




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Yes I am Sheri
Did last year also.
Thanks .

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great




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Originally Posted by dodge
SilkRoad lilys seeds
You can start perennials inside in the winter in a unheated room

I'll have to try that sounds exciting


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I put Hollyhock seeds in my cold room an they are up in aweek..LOL Just need to keep them in all winter here. Ought to start in warm climates inside.

Didn't I send lily seeds?


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Gosh dodge, those Hollyhocks may outgrow your room by spring.




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Actually they wot..
They do not mature the first year. Takes 2 years for that.


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post a picture of your seedlings dodge





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