TOW What to Do Now - plan

Diane Whitehead
Sat, 29 Nov 2003 20:37:19 PST
I have not found someone in the Southern Hemisphere to coordinate a 
"What to Do Now" TOW.  December is the easiest month to start here 
north of the Equator, as there is so little to do relative to the 
rest of the year.  Perhaps someone in the Southern Hemisphere may 
like to begin when their gardening slows down a bit.

My plan is to break the jobs up into five categories and introduce 
one per night, starting on Sunday.  This will allow for comments 
during the rest of the week, which I will gather into one document 
for posting next year at the relevant time. I hope I have them 
organized so that the first ones will produce the most comment.  If 
not, I will rearrange them next month.

1.Garden (including bulbframes)
2.Pots (tender plants and winter forcing)
3.Providers ( seed sellers, especially of short-lived seed and 
specialty nurseries that are open for only a short season)

I have been scouring my library, and have most information about 
Great Britain and the west coast of North America.  I hope those 
living in other places will fill in my gaps.

Diane Whitehead  Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
maritime zone 8
cool mediterranean climate (dry summer, rainy winter - 68 cm annually)
sandy soil

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