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Yes it is , what all are you planting ,
Mine, as on another thread ,are under a foot of snow , indoors I have an Amaryllis seed that has a root , no sprout yet though.
Can't keep or get an interested gardener down ,, lol , their (we) are always about something to do with plants ..
Thanks JUHUR7, I re-read a winter sowing page and it said if seeds germinate and come up in clumps, it's okay... when transplanting just separate the clumps into smaller clumps and nature will sort them out. Maybe this year I could try to sow more sparingly and carefully..