[Homestead] Seed saving questions
erthnsky at bellsouth.net
Thu Jan 11 15:28:36 EST 2007
You are Ron's new bestest friend..
Actually, that's a great idea and probably what I'll end up doing..
Gloria Morris wrote:
> Bev, I guess that would be wonderful, but what about just putting
> glass jars in boxes in a closet? Or, if you are concerned about glass
> breakage, how about using plastic "jars"? Nice furniture stuffed in a
> closet seems a shame, especially after Ron takes the time to build it.
> If you really want wood to hold individual jars, don't bother with
> making a furniture piece out of it - use plywood or particle board and
> create slotted dividers - less work, less money, more time for sitting
> on the porch and sipping tea. ;)
> Just my thoughts - I bite off big projects too, but I also like my "lazy time."
> On 1/11/07, EarthNSky <erthnsky at bellsouth.net> wrote:
>> Been thinking about this...
>> Glass jars are good, but glass breaks and light goes through it. Baby
>> food jars stack, but not very high...
>> I've always loved and wanted an old apothecary chest for herbs...been
>> bugging Ron to make me one for years..
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