To Helen up in Canada

Hey Helen! I got yer package today..........(((((((((((((((((((((((HUGE HUG)))))))))))))))))))))))) it came at a time when I desperately needed cheering up. Thanks for the tomato seeds, and for the little special "Helen's summer in a jar" <g> I greatly appreciate it. Now all I gotta do is put the envelope in a double freezer bag and chill it until next February when I am determined to start some tomato's from seeds and plant them in the flower beds, be hanged. (not going to change anything about my plans regardless of whatever comes about). Maddie
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PersephoneOn Tue, 14 Oct 2003 20:30:56 -0400, "Madgardener"

Hey, Maddie - "Saint" Helen emailed me not to put mine in the freezer -- something about moisture collecting inside the plastic. Maybe the double-bag will solve the problem -- just a word to the wise.
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thanks. I am under the assumption that since they're in little ziploc's, and in a double freezer bag that prevents frost build up and freezer burn that they'll be alright. Mary Emma used to put her seeds in their packages in a regular ziploc gallon bag (she had a LOT of seeds) and they kept for 10 years. I will take that into consideration. But since just sitting in a drawer isn't good for them either, I will at least chill them. Maybe just in the back fridge in the drawer with the bulbs............ madgardener
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