Category Archives: Elaine

Words of encouragement

My Cabbage Friends, It has certainly been an unusually hot summer. Apparently ideal for tomatoes (which were off the hook in their bounty after two or three years of blight and less-than-bounty) but not so great for cabbages– so far. … Continue reading

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thanks! On Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 7:43 PM, Elaine wrote: I’m not sure. But I think I would wait. On Sep 17, 2010, at 7:05 PM, elena wrote: > Hi Elaine, > the cabbage didn’t head yet. can we … Continue reading

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Pinching Off

When growing from seeds, one must remove the seedlings least likely to survive so the choosen ones may thrive.

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Seedlings on their way.

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Seedling Pictures

Week one in my studio window.

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Re:Re: Seeds

the seeds were packed in july 2008. it suggests that you plant them within 2 years of this date… so you are still safe. it also says that you should expect 80% of the seeds to sprout… perhaps that percentage … Continue reading

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Re: Seeds

i had to call my dad to ask for help. my vocabulary is pretty sucky… that of a kindergartener… the seeds you have are for a hearty, dark green cabbage with a wide bottom & short outer leaves. the leaves … Continue reading

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