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Time to Winter Sow Your Seeds

By valleylynn
January 13, 2012

Have you tried winter sowing vegetable and ornamental plant seeds? If not, give it a try this winter. Many seeds, including tomato seeds and your favorite perennial seeds, do unbelievably well using this method.

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Troy1977
Apr 14, 2017 9:52 PM CST
Never knew you can sow seeds threw winter and they'll start germination in spring. Will be doing this winter 2017 thanks for great tip. Will be collecting milk jug's. See how well this goes over with wife but will be reporting back soon. Crossing Fingers! Shrug! Thank You!
Name: Lynn
Dallas, OR (Zone 8b)
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valleylynn
Apr 15, 2017 8:33 AM CST
Hi Troy, Welcome! to NGA. Glad you found your way here.
You will be totally amazed at how this works. I have not tried pepper seeds, if you do them please let me know how they do for you. I know you can plant the milk jugs with pepper seeds here in my area in March and they do great, and not all the problems you have with the traditional method.
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