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  Gardening with seeds

Gardening with Seeds
in the Desert Southwest

Growing your plants from seed can be very fulfilling, watching that tiny seed grow into a big beautiful plant is well worth the effort. It may be faster to plant tomato plants, but there is a sense of satisfaction that comes from growing them from seed. Also, there are many more cultivars available in the form of seeds than what can be found in ready-to-buy plants, so your choices are much better.

 
 
     

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