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Planting Seeds

LMann76543@aol.com wrote:

> For those of you who plant your TB seeds outdoors in the fall in zone 5-8
> ish, when do you plant them?  After leaves come off the trees?
> Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east Tennessee USA


I usually plant my seeds both PCN (when I have them) and TB seeds around
Thanksgiving here.  My reasoning for this is that the temperatures are
usually cold enough to prevent early germination.  Although some usually
germinate over the winter anyway due to warm spells.  Being that my
climate is mild I don't have to worry about those that do germinate as
they can make it.  I've had seedlings come up and survive with temps as
low as 24 degrees. 

Rick Tasco
Central California in the lower foothills of the Sierra Nevadas
Zone 8

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