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Winter Sowing: Snow and Spouts!

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ladyschweig
Culpeper, VA
(Zone 7a)

March 25, 2011
6:19 AM

Post #8448986

Our local weather is predicting snow showers and then possible wet snow showers this weekend coming. I have just with little sprouts in them and I am planning on moving them under my deck for the next few nights. The temps are expected to dip into the low 30's and possibly mid 20's. Would it be advisable to also cover the jugs even though they are not in the open?

The seedlings in question are hollyhocks, columbine, dwarf morning glory, viola, Valerian, nemophila, and I think flowering tobacco (or stock- I can't recall without my list!).
ladyschweig
Culpeper, VA
(Zone 7a)

March 25, 2011
6:20 AM

Post #8448989

Woops, that should read "jugs with little sprouts in them."

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