Friday, February 26, 2010

Seed GROW Project Links for March


The seeds from Renee's Garden for the seed GROW project have started landing in mailboxes. While the first post isn't due until April several of the participating garden bloggers are getting a head start. I'll update this post with links to the blog posts of everyone sowing this month. Don't forget to add the signature line to your posts so that I can collect them through Google Alerts. Feel free to drop a link to your monthly post in the comments below. Visit as many these blogs as you can every month to see how your fellow garden bloggers are doing. I'll be posting two links; a direct link to your post and a link to your blog. I will also share some links to your posts on Twitter & Facebook.



"I'm growing Nasturtium "Spitfire" for the GROW project. Thanks, to Renee's Garden for the seeds."

^^ what the signature line should look like.^^

20 comments:

  1. I received my seeds. No, I'm not doing anything quite yet about it... except that I've created a post that is scheduled to appear Wednesday morning around 9:00 AM CT. This will be a fun project. :-)

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  2. Hello all... first off I am so excited to be in the project! I did one post about it today.... it is here....
    http://creativecountrymom.blogspot.com/2010/03/it-feels-good-to-get-my-hands-dirty.html

    My name is Brooke, I am zone 6, So. Indiana. My garden is 3 years old, and I have a definate country style with heirloom plantings. Look forward to meeting everyone and enjoying our plants this year!

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  3. Oops, I assumed google alert would pick up my post, but must not have.
    Here's my post that was up Sunday:
    http://happyhobbyhabit.blogspot.com/2010/03/grow-project-1.html

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  4. MBT, I wrote my post and it will publish tomorrow morning (3/10) under what I hope will be this URL:

    http://gardenfaerie.blogspot.com/2010/03/seed-grow-project-winter-sowing-nasturtiums.html

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  5. MBT, it's published and the ACTUAL (shortened) URL is:

    http://gardenfaerie.blogspot.com/2010/03/seed-grow-project-winter-sowing.html

    Thanks!

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  6. My first post is up too!
    http://www.brownthumbmama.com/2010/03/seed-grow-project-begins.html

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  7. Sorry for the delay in adding the links. For some reason Blogger isn't sending me notifications about the comments.

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  8. The seed Grow project info page and one of the e-mails we were sent have the signature line slightly differently than it is above (just a comma and a period different), so the Google alert might not be catching all of them, depending on from where people copied the line?

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  9. Planted the WS and indoor props today! http://washhands-settable.blogspot.com/2010/03/grow-project-seeds-started.html

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  10. Hey all! I've not posted about "The Experiment" yet, but with all the snow melted, it won't be long now!

    I thought I'd let y'all know that I announced "The Experiment" on Renee's Garden Facebook page here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Renees-Garden-Seeds/105154056081?v=feed&story_fbid=363680481081

    I'll be checkin in on y'all from time to time.

    Need "Spring" to arrive earlier than the 20th? Then just go here: http://tinyurl.com/yj5s5m5

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  11. I finally posted! As I noted at http://tr.im/Sbq8, I should have posted on March 1, but life got in the way. Anyway, the seedlings are up. Hooray!

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  12. I might be planting these indoors soon. We're in a tiny bit of a warm spell at the moment (warm being relative), but I don't trust it. Sure we'll get some more snow soon enough.

    I'll be sure to blog about it by April, though. I am excited!

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  13. Um, accidentally deleted my post, but it basically said "I planted some seeds in a wintersow container and then I planted some other ones in cells and put them on the seed starting table."

    I'm sure the actual appearance of green will inspire me to more elegance, if not verbiage.

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  14. Got little green things up there this week. Will attempt to not delete the post this time.

    http://washhands-settable.blogspot.com/2010/03/project-grow-post.html

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  15. Hi...I was checking out the official start of the project, notice my march post wasn't on the list. Here's the link to my March one:

    http://ktownhomestead.blogspot.com/2010/02/piquant-pickle-plans-for-2010.html

    I'll put my April one up tomorrow.

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  16. My post from March 12: http://trueepicure.com/2010/03/12/grow-little-seed-grow/

    Thanks again for spearheading this project. It's so much fun to know people all over the country are doing the same thing.

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  17. Thanks Abbie & Eva,

    I added yours. Sorry I didn't catch them before.

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  18. I got my April post up last night. I also did a post in March, but it was toward the end of the month. Looking forward to checking in on all my fellow spitfires growers.

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  19. Oops, I was out of town and did not get around to posting until today. Here's the link:

    http://mynortherngarden.com/2010/04/06/seed-grow-spring-is-early-i-am-late/

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