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February 10, 2008

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Ali

I ordered from Bluestone for the first time last year, and was pleased. The plants were small but healthy, and settled into the garden really well. Of course, now they are buried under yards of snow, but I hope that will actually insulate if it doesn't crush them!

ari_1965

The Seeds of Change packets of seeds have come in at the Hampden Co-op. Big display. They're now in these bright yellow packets. Now that I don't have cats and don't have any foster dogs, I'm wondering if I should try to start some seeds this year. Or is already too late? I forget. Maybe I'll just break down and buy plants at Home Depot again!

RuthieJ

Hi Tracy,
Here's another link to a native plants/seed catalog:

http://www.prairiemeadowsnativeseed.com

I think I was looking for rough blazing star seeds information when I found them last year (they're located in Lonsdale).

Would you mind posting links to these catalogs? (The Seed Saver's Exchange is down in my neck of the woods, I think). I'm especially interested in trying some of the heirloom tomatoes this year. Thanks

Tracy

Ali: That's good news about Bluestone. I think I'll end up trying them for some groundcovers.

Ari: If you're in the Twin Cities, it's definitely not too late to start seeds. You wouldn't be starting tomatoes until about March 15-April 1, so you have lots of time.

Ruth: Thanks for the link. I'll also be checking out Prairie Restorations and Outback Nursery for things, too. Also, I've gone back and put links on all the companies. Enjoy!

Deb

Your catalog list is pretty much like mine, except I didn't get a Seeds of Change and I don't know if I have Scheeper's or not. I'm telling myself I don't need to order much this year, but I'll find a way to spend lots of money I'm sure!

Kim

Your catalog stack is way bigger than mine! I would get into even more trouble if I had more catalogs, I fear, so I'm not too jealous of you. (Okay, maybe just a bit!)

I, too, have had good luck with Bluestone. Small plants, but they seem to settle in faster and catch up with their nursery-grown counterparts within a season or so.

Monique Stern

Hello, I'm looking for Garden Bloggers who would like to do a link exchange with my 'GardensAndGazebos.com' web site. Specifically I would like to publish an article by you, and link it back to your site, (more effective than a straight link), in exchange for a link back to our site.

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Sincere Regards,
Monique

Monique Stern

Hello, I'm looking for Garden Bloggers who would like to do a link exchange with my 'GardensAndGazebos.com' web site. Specifically I would like to publish an article by you, and link it back to your site, (more effective than a straight link), in exchange for a link back to our site.

Please let me know if you would be interested.
Sincere Regards,
Monique

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