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Name: david sevitt
May 28, 2015 12:02 PM CST
|i collected many seeds of sweet pea and of calendula.
since i am afraid to forget i have them or will not find them when it is time for sowing.......
is it clever just to find a dry lot in the city where i think no gardening is taking place(that means no water during the summer)
and sow them......a little trench and goodbye see yah in the spring?
is there any chance the place will dance with flowers only by rain?
can the heat harm them?during the summer?
May 28, 2015 1:21 PM CST
|I plant in our little forest behind our house all the time. Most of the time there's never enough sun to get things growing, or the seeds get dug up ny squirrels. This year, i have some saplings I'm going to try and grow.
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