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Opportunity to start seeds indoors with Master Gardeners 2/11, 9am-noon.

From: Joanne
Sent on: Friday, February 8, 2013 7:29 PM

There is an opportunity to start seeds indoors with Multnomah County Master Gardeners at their Demo Garden.

I just got a message that says "This coming Monday, February 11, we have a long list of seeds to start in the greenhouse, so if you're interested in propagation, we hope you will join us.  We'll be repeating what we did last year starting pea seeds in bottomless paper pots that can go directly into the soil.  It worked really well and got our peas off to a great start.  The garden is located at 6801 SE 60th Ave. between Duke and Flavel.  Work hours for the rest of February will be Mondays from 9am to about noon.  We will begin Thursday work days in March. Heidi Nichols."  [address removed]

The Master Gardeners welcome the public to the Demo Garden and especially welcome their neighbors.

Joanne Chapman

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