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January 19, 2010

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Jen  @ GBG

I know how you feel! It is so exciting to get all those seed catalogs and daydream about the upcoming garden. I too love Bakers Creek's catalog. I would really love to be able to go out and visit their store and village. Alas, Missouri is a really long drive from Ohio and I can't seem to convince the hubby that visiting a seed store would make a good vacation LOL.

mary k

just found your blog. It's great! I love it! Keep writing! I just ordered a boatload of flower seeds from selectseeds.com.
Now onto dreaming of veggies!

Kristy

I've had my Baker's Creek catalog for a while now as well as a seed list totaling $65 of items that I am my Dad want to buy.

I couldn't keep the Spring-Time blues away, so I setup my basement seed starting table and now have to wait.

Kristen

I ordered the Baker's Creek and I'm wondering how long it should take to arrive. It has been 4 weeks or so!

Happy gardening,
Kristen

Tamara

I had 5 catalogs by Christmas!--including Totally Tomatoes--and had my order in by the time this was posted. ;)

Lisa

Was it me, or were the seed catalogs delightfully early this year? I actually made my first order December 13th! Anticipation and planning are my favorite aspects of gardening, along with actaul success of course! :)

Christy

Have you started your early tomatoes yet? Inquiring minds want to know :)

Ottawa Gardener

Ah seed catalogues... I tell myself I am not going to buy anyhting, merely learn about new vareities, brush up on my latin... yeah that's it.

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