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I have been gardening here for many years (will be 12 with containers) I'm trying to get better at starting my own seeds but in the process I broke my foot fell going up 4 stairs on the 13th of feb I went to work on the 14th and 15th then we looked after till I went back on Tuesday and decided it HAD to be looked at went into surgery on fri sence then I haven't had a chance to cheak in on my seedlings

I'm certain I lost some blue tomatoes amongst outher things and I'll replant what I can but I'd like help replacing what I don't have

I do have some seeds but it will be like a month till I can mail any trades --I grow herbs/edibles looking anything that would fit into that

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This last year was a terrible year for me I don't know 100% if it was just one thing or another but I got nearly 0 production (I keep updated or try to at sakura0garden.blogspot.com you can see what I mean) and I ended up loosing my job as well so now I still have a bunch of seeds but I'm on unemployment feel like nobody will hire me and I need to go back to school this coming fall with no clue how I'll pay or even what to do

So lol I can try to pull off a few trades I do store my seeds inside a house that has ac and that


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