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My Collected Seeds .................................


By jacque


Since Collecting Seeds from My Own&Friends Gardens iv picked a good Batch of Seeds so it seems

Sweet Peas:Nov08

Grannys Bonnets:Nov08






All Growing & Doing Great :)

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Hear hear! Well done, Jacque. :-)

11 Nov, 2008


Nothing better than all you little seeds growing Jacque ,looks like you will have lots of nice flowers for next year

11 Nov, 2008


~Wow ~Jacque! Impressed!~

11 Nov, 2008


Isn't it so satisfying to see your garden blooming with stuff you've grown from seed! When I started gardening, about 13 years ago, I knew nothing and just bought plants I liked the look of from garden centres, but as I had little time to spare then all the plants were perrenials, until I eventually had a garden that looked after itself. Now I have a bare canvas and am trying out plants to see if they like it here I'm also collecting seeds like mad and happily growing them on. Such a lovely thing to spend time on - now that I have all the time I need. Looking forward to seeing the photos next year oif all your efforts.

12 Nov, 2008


Well done Jacque.

12 Nov, 2008


Thanx Every1 for your Lovely Comments :)

12 Nov, 2008


You,ve done brilliantly well Jacque , we will look forward to seeing them in flower next year :0)

12 Nov, 2008


Thanx Amy :)

12 Nov, 2008


You've done a great job with those seeds.
Do you find slugs and snails eat the young lupins ?

12 Nov, 2008


I have lost some Lupins ect 2 the Slugs/Snails TT ,But iv lifted them off ground now &they seem safer? Iv made a shelfing with some Large Empty Pots & some Rough Sawn Wooden Planks :) It seems2keep them Horrind Slimmys off the Seedlings ? :)

12 Nov, 2008


Ah yes, I can see in the photo where you've put the lupins off the ground. I hope it keeps the slugs and snails away.

12 Nov, 2008


Great job Jacque,We got foxgloves and aquelegia seeds and put them in new woodland border hope to see them springing up next year

12 Nov, 2008


Sounds Fab Bonkers cant wait2see pics of them :)

13 Nov, 2008

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