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Seedsman Seeds

Support forum for Seedsman Seeds


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    • Boojum
      And you man, have a good un
    • Welsh Tom
      @Boojum haha youre right mate. Annoys me when americans say aluminium  strange breed.  Hope all is well with you mate, have a good weekend 
    • fidelandche
      Hi all, Thinking of growing my own next year outside, but never grown before. Not able to grow indoors, so outside is my best choice. So where do I start? Thinking of getting a cheap green house to grow in, but not knowing what else I need. Is it better to use seeds or buy some plants?  Able to put the green house behind a shed so hiddenish from neighbours, the place I am thinking gets loads of sun, so that should help with no lights? What plants - auto's? What about feed and nutrients? Size of pots? Do I need to to string them up? When to plant? Really looking for as much info as possible to get ready for the outside season.   Cheers
    • Boojum
      Truly beautiful tune, great interpretation of the folk song. Only gripe I have is the American pronunciation - Scarborow Americans just can't pronounce borough But that's just me being a cunt Apologies. beautiful song, one of my favourites