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Original Message Starting Seeds
Aw! That's disappointing, but different plants have different times and temperatures for sprouting. Annuals and vegetables tend to sprout quickly from 60-80 degrees according to variety, and some won't sprout when it gets hotter than their favorite temperature. Some perennials are even weirder and need all sorts of TLC. Check your library for books on starting seeds to learn about what it is you want to grow. Or, try this Web site again with the specific things you've planted.

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