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4/26/11 11:30 P

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Here's a couple websites that might help:
tinyseeds.com/
www.organicconsumers.org/state/green
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z.cfm?state=CO&type=food


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4/26/11 11:13 P

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I actually bought some @ Kmart, believe it our not. also, ask @ Lowes! Other than that, there are some great nurseries in the Colorado area. I have a friend who has an amazing garden in the Black Forest area, if I talk to her soon, I will see if she knows of any nurseries in the Denver area that sell organic seedlings. Also, I am willing to bet there are a few in Boulder!
BTW: I just started all of my seeds last week & with our CRAZY Colorado weather, it's better to wait until after Mother's day to plant, that might give you enough time to get your tomatoes & peppers started inside. Last year I started my peppers inside last year & couldn't plant them outside until the end of May! Infact, I couldn't plant ANYTHING until the end of May because of our late freeze. So, I would say, for giggles & grins try to start them inside if you can't find organic in Denver.

Edited by: CLCCOOL at: 4/26/2011 (23:17)
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4/26/11 1:33 P

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I know you can mail order if you don't find anything local but you could also google Denver and organic plants. I'm in a similar climate in Eastern WA and just started seeding indoors. 6 weeks is enough and if you plant the second week of June you may still be ok and def. frost free.:)
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4/26/11 9:25 A

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I have been so far behind this year that I did not have time to start tomato and pepper seeds, so will need to purchase them already started.

Does anyone know of a place in / near Denver, CO where I can find organic seedlings?

I visited a local greenhouse yesterday and the aroma of pesticide lingered in the air, yet the plants were loaded with pests anyway.

I am planting everything else from seed.

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