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Beginner Gardening: moonflower seeds

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Lakeview, OH

September 17, 2012
8:37 AM

Post #9277695

I hate to tell you all this, but teddy_8905 is no more, I got a different computer and had to change my nick, I am now emptyeyes. I did not want to do that, but could not have the same names and passwords on two different computers, anyway good news, my moonflower seeds are starting to sprout in the baggie, how big do I let them get before I plant them in the potting soil and can I use the same pots that I used last winter for my morning glories? Going to try to send a pic so here goes.

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Lakeview, OH

September 17, 2012
10:05 AM

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I put these in this couple several days ago, and forgot it. Look what happened! It is a plain dixie cup, should I just leave these in the cup?

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