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“planting for spring in a pot or container of your choice” — equipt53
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“winter” — charitychap
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“The beautiful colors.” — 05jaguar
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“And Items” — Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
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“Once the winter pots are half full, I add a layer of potting soil, then pantry plants such as sprout” — Lianne Cook
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“grass and berries” — denisekss
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“Mulch piled on top of budding plants and roses can mean the difference between life and death by the” — Philip
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“January checklist” — dom405
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“Good ideas to keep weeds out for spri g planting.” — Sandy Olson
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“January is the month that I really start getting into my compost pots (also called winter pots or tr” — Lianne Cook
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“compost tray” — breezemk
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“Reminds me of our girls when they were a day old.” — phrog33
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“newspaper pots” — Karen Walden
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“Everything! Can 't wait til SPRING” — 05jaguar
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“Saying good-by to the season.” — 05jaguar
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“Cool idea” — smectic
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“Purslane-best cooking herb for over wintering indoors.” — susankwestover
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“Bright clean” — kedswa
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“I like the back lighting” — phrog33
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“Ginger is another favorite pantry plant of mine. Simply plant a chunk of fresh ginger that has a cou” — gustinprudner
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“plant ginger - i'm psyched” — speedy1454
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