Sown to date.

Ashdown, AR(Zone 8a)

10/27/05
buttonbush-01/13/06-sprouting
dogwood
hearts-abursting
Jap.snowbells

11/01/05
carolina allspice
witch hazel

11/04/05
azalea vicosum
possumhaw holly

11/06/05
american snowbell
two-winged silverbells

11/11/05
smokebush-01/12/06-sprouting

11/18/05
carolina silverbells
grey dogwood

11/19/05
river birch
river birch(b. pendula)-11/13/06-sprouting

11/29/05
amur maple-11/13/06-sprouting

12/01/05
hellebores hybrids
hellebores nigrea

12/24/05
clintonia borealis
red osier dogwood-01/13/06-sprouting
trillium undulatum

01/12/06
agastache:
"Golden Jubilee"
"Licorice Blue"
"Licorice White"
columbines:
"McKanna's Giant Mix"
"Rocky Mt. Blue"
"Tower Light Blue"
coreopsis"Double Sunburst"
Forget-me-nots,dwarf blue
Foxgloves:
"Camelot Series Mix"
"Excelsior Hybrid Mix"
"Green Foxglove"
"Primrose Carousel"
"Silver Fox"
hollyhock,"Chamois"
Orange butterfly weed

01/13/06
agastache rugosa
allium giganteum
chives,common
Echinacea:
"Dbl. Decker"/"Doppleganger"
"Mango"
"Sparkler"
"Sunrise"
"Razzmatazz"
"Vintage Wine"
hollyhocks:
"Creme De Cassia"
"Perfect Pink"
Jacob's Ladder:
Blue
white
malva "Bibol Felho"


Long Island, NY(Zone 6b)

Here's my list so far - I plan on doing a little each weekend leaving my tenders for March

~Anita

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Ashdown, AR(Zone 8a)

I still have tons and tons of seeds to do and 4 weeks behind on my sewing schedule so I have to tighten up and knuckle down to get as much as I can sewn before plant plugs start arriving in mid-March. Lots of baggies of native trees and woodland plants seeds in moist vermucilite being warm or cold stratified to be sewn in March also.

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