Sunday, October 3, 2010

seed GROW Links for October #seedGROW

Sorry for the delay in creating the post for the SeedGROW roundup. This is the final SeedGROW post for the season and I want to thank everyone for their participation. I hope to do something similar next season. If you continue to have reason for post (blooms, recipes, ideas) past this month into winter I'll be happy to create a post and link to this. I hope you enjoyed the project and got to meet some new garden bloggers and discovered a plant that you will grow for years to come. If you're late (raises hand) with your post feel free to drop a link to your post in the comments. Also, look over the past months and if I somehow missed your previous post please let me know, I want to make sure to get all of them archived.


Miller Time: SeedGROW October Update.
MrBrownThumb: 'Creamsicle' Nasturtium | 'Spitfire' Nasurtium (updated)
Mahlzeit: Spitfires soldier on.
Garden Faerie's Musings: The Scenic Route.
The Indoor Garden_er: Seed GROW Project #7 DOA.
My Skinny Garden: Plant Nasturtiums Facing North.
My Northern Garden: Deep Orange Nasturtiums for Fall.
Brown Thumb Mama: Seed GROW Project Location Lesson.
The Write Gardener: Lazy Blogger.
True Epicure: It's a Trap!
Growing In Chicago: Watch out for those Nasturtiums.
The Garden of Live Flowers: October Nasturtiums That's a Wrap! 
Mini Garden Guru: SeedGROW Project #6-It Keeps Growing. 
Cheesehead Gardening: Seed GROW Project October Update.
Garden Mom 29: The Nasties Escape the Freezer.
Yard is Green: Aint Nobody Happy if Nasty's Aren't Happy.
The Running Garlic: Garden Wrap-up.
Our Little Acre: 'Spitfire' Nasturtiums Are Still Going Strong.
In The Garden Online: Spitfire? What Spitfire
Jenn's Cooking Garden: October is the end for the Nasturtium GROW Project.




If you have ideas for next year I'm open to suggestions.

12 comments:

  1. Thank you for setting this up, and talking me into doing it. I had a blast!

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  2. Here's my October post. Thanks for coordinating this!

    http://mynortherngarden.com/2010/10/03/deep-orange-nasturtiums-for-fall/

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  3. This was fantastic, and thanks for including me! My post is up and although this year's nasties were not a huge success I've learned my lesson for next year. There are plenty of seeds left over and they're going in a shadier spot!

    http://www.brownthumbmama.com/2010/10/seed-grow-project-location-lesson.html

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  4. This was a blast! I'd love to participate in anything you have going next year, just say the word! Thank you for hosting :)

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  5. Howdy Mr. BT,

    Here's the link to my final thoughts on the Grow Project:

    http://thewritegardener.wordpress.com/2010/10/03/lazy-blogger/

    I had a lot of fun being involved and would do it again.

    Thanks for including me!

    TC

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  6. Here's my post:
    http://mcgarden.bintgoddess.com/2010/10/october-nasturtiums-thats-wrap.html
    Thanks for putting all of this together!

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  7. Thanks for organizing this! So much fun (and it got me blogging at least once a month. Sigh.)

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  8. I haven't been home during the daylight in 2 days, so tomorrow I'll take pics and post for sure. Maybe we could do sunflowers next year.

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  9. Thanks for setting this up.
    Here is my October post.
    http://cheeseheadgarden.blogspot.com/2010/10/seed-grow-project-october-update.html

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  10. Agreed, thanks for heading this. Here is my late post.

    http://gardenmom29.blogspot.com/2010/10/nasties-escape-freezer.html

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  11. Hello! I'm trying not to be late. You will be pleasantly surprised (as I have been) to see how the nasturtiums have been appreciating the cooler weather! :-) October post is up!
    http://yardisgreen.blogspot.com/2010/10/aint-nobody-happy-if-nastys-arent-happy.html

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  12. My post was actually up on time this month, but I forgot to check in and post the link. D'oh.

    http://inthegardenonline.com/main/2010/10/spitfire-what-spitfire/

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