Re: [gardeners] Re:Planting Times--MA

Olin (
Sat, 6 Mar 1999 16:36:36 -0700

You can also find most of them through State Partners of the Cooperative
State Research, Education, and Extension Service at url  -Olin

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From: bsk <>
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Date: Saturday, March 06, 1999 7:52 AM
Subject: [gardeners] Re:Planting Times--MA

>     I am working on a web page for the gardentalk egroups list. On this
>page I have been researching and finding the URLS for the cooperative
>extension offices in each of the different states. Each of the links should
>lead a person to the horticulture or garden related area of the extension
>service. Some of them are hard to find and some are just impossible!
>     I am trying to do this alphabetically and am down to the M's so far.
>The only M right now is Maine. I plan on adding more URL links this weekend
>if I have time.
>     The extension service in many states are outstanding sources of
>information. Some states are not worth zip but you deal with what you get
>the specifics of your state. Don't hesitate to go check out another state
>for good general growing info on many things.
>     I hope this will be a help for some of you and check back once a week
>or so and I will try to have more URL's handy. Here is the page so you can
>see if there is something you can use.
>Felicia Herman wrote:
>> I have a similar question about planting times, except for the Boston
>> area.  It's been quite warm here, too--crocus are blooming, other bulbs
>> popping up, but no leaves as of yet on the lilacs--and I'm not sure when
>> to plant my peas or transplant my sweet peas.  Any suggestions?
>> Felicia