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Mashpee, Massachusetts 02649
craigamaser
Jun 13, 2020 7:24 AM CST
I live in the Northeast (Cape Code). I leave for Florida in January, returning to the Cape in May. I'm assuming that when I return in May it's too late to start flowers from seed. Is there any practical way for me to start the seeding process before I leave for Florida in January? I know it's a crazy question but nothing ventured, nothing gained
PA (Zone 6a)
pinkruffles
Jun 13, 2020 7:48 AM CST
If I were you, I would give the wintersowing method a try. You can start perennials and hardy annuals in tape sealed milk jugs, leaving them outside all winter while you are gone. If you google 'wintersowing' you will find many good sites that explain the process.

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