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Planting Diagram gardengeek

The best way that I've found to keep track of your seedlings and starts is to draw a planting diagram. This way even if some dog, cat, snot-nose or other large gardening pest knocks down your labels and signs, you will know which is which. It's good to take pictures of your seedlings when they first pop up, to make note of what their non-cotelydon leaves look like.


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