Sunday, September 5, 2010

Seed GROW links for Sept #seedGROW

Sorry for the delay in making this post. September, the second to last month of the seed GROW project is here. Since this is a holiday weekend if you are late with your monthly post just post it in the comments.

MillerTime~ SeedGROW Project September Update.
Mahlzeit~ Still spitting fire in September
Garden Girl~ September Nasties.
The Home Garden~My Nasturtiums are Invisible
Garden Mom29~ In Stasis.
Evolution of a Gardener~ September Nasturtiums.
The Write Gardener~ Nasturtiums grew Best in bad Dirt.
Cheesehead Gardening~  Seed GROW Project September Update.
True Epicure~ They're Baaack.
Jenn's Cooking Garden~ Super-sized  Nasturtiums for September.
Garden Faerie~ Ruminastions.
Our Little Acre~ Seed GROW Project-September.
My Northern Garden~'Spitfires' Hanging in There
The Running Garlic~ Tough Summer for Gardening.
KTown Homestead~ Second Coming of Nasturtiums.
Yard is Green~ Seed GROW Project "Spitfire" Nasturtiums.
Indoor Garden_er~ Seed GROW Project Late Version.
The Garden of Live Flowers~ Nasties on the Rebound.
Mini Garden Guru~ SeedGROW Project#5-The Takeover Has Begun.

15 comments:

  1. I made it in first, woo hoo! (Guess it's obvious I had no holiday plans :) I modified my post after I first put it up to include the nasturtuim caper recipe.

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  2. @GG-- Google claims not to recognize me, so I couldn't comment on your blog (wtf). Anyway, they look great despite the heat; I serendipitously planted all of mine in shady areas, which I think saved them from suffering. I am now going to pretend that I did that on purpose, and hope that everyone supports this.

    (P.S. On this blog, Google recognizes me just fine.)

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  3. I have a post up - but well, let's just say my nasturtiums don't quite look the way they should!

    http://www.growingthehomegarden.com/2010/09/grow-project-my-nasturtiums-are.html

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  4. Here is my post!

    http://gardenmom29.blogspot.com/2010/09/in-stasis.html

    Not doing too bad over here! Thanks!

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  5. Here's my September post:

    http://evolutionofagardener.wordpress.com/2010/09/06/september-nasturtiums/

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  6. Hi Mr. BT,

    [url=http://thewritegardener.wordpress.com/2010/09/06/spitfire-grew-best-in-bad-dirt/]Here's mine![/url]

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  7. Or alternatively, since my text hyperlink failed,
    http://thewritegardener.wordpress.com/2010/09/06/spitfire-grew-best-in-bad-dirt/

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  8. Here is my post:
    http://cheeseheadgarden.blogspot.com/2010/09/seed-grow-project-september-update.html

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  9. Published on Sunday, but my site was down today. :( http://trueepicure.com/2010/09/05/theyre-baaack/

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  10. Here's my September post:
    http://mynortherngarden.com/2010/09/07/spitfires-hanging-in-there/

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  11. September post -
    http://therunninggarlic.wordpress.com/2010/09/07/tough-summer-for-gardening/
    Sorry for the delay - this back and forth gardening is finally winding down!

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  12. here you go....

    http://ktownhomestead.blogspot.com/2010/09/second-coming-of-nasturtiums.html

    sorry for the delay - shana tova!

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  13. Hi Mr. BTH! Here's the address for my September post! :-)
    http://yardisgreen.blogspot.com/2010/09/seed-grow-project-spitfire-nasturtiums.html

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  14. Yar. This here be the late Seed GROW post from The Indoor Garden(er).

    http://www.indoorgarden-er.com/2010/09/seed-grow-project-late-version.html

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  15. Just found the blog. I love it. I wish I could be a part of it. Maybe next year. Thought I would post a link to my blog anyways though www.irishladysgarden.blogspot.com

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