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CULT: Seed Sprouting

I have a few seeds sprouting. All bearded. Some yesterday that have grown
since then. Yesterday the pots were frozen solid. New ones showing today. I
have them in black mum pots sitting on a cement block wall with wood shelf on
top. I do not bury in the ground.

Several that sprouted last year and were about 2" tall look like they are

Iris have just started growing the last two weeks, no stalks even close to
forming. Daffodils are in bloom. Hosta just breaking ground. Siberians up
about 2". Seems early to be getting germination.

Mike Greenfield
Zone 5b
SW Ohio
Region 6

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