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Yesterday I bagged 180 bulbs for the H&G show. 3 kinds of Iris, 2 lilies, 1 Gladiolus, 1 Dahlia, 1 Foxtail Lily. Seemed to take forever! Got them from Netherland Bulb. Hopefully all will sell or I'll be potting up the leftovers.

Today, some housecleaning, but I am also starting some seeds. I cleaned and moved the lightstand to the far back bedroom a month ago. time to put it to use. Today I did 40 cells each of hosta and Indigofera kirilowii.

That's what we do in Feb up north.

neIN, Zone 5
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