Saturday, May 1, 2010

Seed GROW Projects Link for May #seedGROW

First, I want to thank everyone who signed up to participate and completed the April post. I noticed that a lot of the bloggers used SeedGROW or some variant of the project title in the post, which is well and good. Although, feel free to change it up a bit to your benefit. For example; if your next post is about how to fertilize your Nasturtium seedlings you could title your post "How-to Fertilize Nasturtiums," "Fertilizing Nasturtium Seedlings," "Fertilizing Nasturtiums." Using keywords from your post will help your blog post get placed in search engines and help people who are using Google to find gardening advice discover your blog. Also, make use of the alt attribute when you upload images to your blog so that when people use Google image search they may find your post.

The May posts are due May 2, 2010. Feel free to leave the link to your May post in the comments here, tweet them to me on Twitter ( hashtag #seedGROW ) or place them in the Facebook group.

  1. Indoor Garden(er)~ Seed GROW project #2
  2. Jenn's Gardening Spot~ Spitfire's climbing the ladder
  3. Garden Faerie~ Miss Jackson if you're Nasty
  4. Mahlzeit~ Spitfires and walnuts, hipsters and uncles
  5. Ktown Homestead~ Edible Flowers
  6. The Garden of Live Flowers~ Planting out the Nasturtiums
  7. The Write Gardener~Nasturtium 'Spitfire' GROW project
  8. Gardening in my Rubber Boots~ Potting My Nasturtium Seeds for the GROW project
  9. The Mini Garden Guru~Seed GROW project, 2010
  10. Brown Thumb Mama~ Seed GROW project Location, Location, Location
  11. Cheese Head Gardening~ Seed Grow Project Update
  12. MrBrownThumb~ Direct Sowing Seeds in the Garden
  13. Garden Girl~ Sad
  14. Simple Pleasures~ Grow Project
  15. Get in the Garden~ Seed Grow Project
  16. Happy Hobby Habit~ Grow Project, Post 3
  17. The Running Garlic~ May GROW project update
  18. The 6X8 garden~ Sowing Nasturtiums
  19. The Garden of James~ Spitfire Nasturtiums
  20. My Skinny Garden~ 3 Things About Sowing Nasturtium Seeds
  21. Miller Time~ Seed GROW Project Update
  22. Garden Mom~ Getting Out of the House for a Bit
  23. True Epicure~ GROW Project- May
  24. Really Rose~ Spitfires in the Garden
  25. Life on the Balcony~'Spitfire' Nasturtium Container Combination Ideas
  26. Our Little Acre~ Nasturtiums are Go!
  27. Evolution of a Gardener~ Grow Project Nasturtium Sown
  28. Dotty Plants Journal~ GROW project May 2010 Update
  29. Creative Country Mom~Watching Seeds Grow
  30. Yard is Green~Seed Grow Project-'Spitfire' Nasturtiums!
  31. The Home Garden~Grow Project: Spitfire Nasturtium on a Garden Obelisk

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

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


12 comments:

  1. And, y'know, since I was up, I just went ahead and posted this now. :P

    The indoor plant isn't doing so hot at the moment...

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  2. Hi Mr. BT.

    My post is up:
    http://thewritegardener.wordpress.com/2010/05/03/nasturtium-spitfire-grow-project/

    (Sorry for bein lazy and not hyperlinkin for ya!)

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  3. My post is up! ;)
    http://myrubberboots.wordpress.com/2010/05/02/potting-my-nasturtium-seeds-for-the-grow-project/

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  4. Hello to May! My post is here :)

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  5. My post is up....

    http://gardenmom29.blogspot.com/2010/05/getting-out-of-house-for-bit.html

    Thanks!

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  6. http://trueepicure.com/2010/05/02/grow-project-may/

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  7. A little late, but my post is up now. I was busy transplanting Saturday and spent Sunday with my garden guru friend, who brought me oodles of new plants. :)

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  8. http://creativecountrymom.blogspot.com/2010/05/watching-seeds-grow.html

    Here is mine for May... coming up nicely! Thanks, Brooke

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  9. Good morning! My post is up! http://yardisgreen.blogspot.com/2010/05/seed-grow-project-spitfire-nasturtiums.html

    Great seeds - I've planted both the earliest and latest indoor seedlings. Soon I'll be planting outdoors! :-)

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