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What Should You Be Starting To Sow/Grow/Graft This Month

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  2. noisette47
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    Reliable Seed Suppliers

    A few I've used in the past for various stuff Sunshine seeds Silverhill seeds Tropical palm seeds.com Trebrown Ben Candlin aroids does a few, well mostly aroid seeds. For run of the mill bits it's...
    A few I've used in the past for various stuff Sunshine seeds Silverhill seeds Tropical palm seeds.com Trebrown Ben Candlin aroids does a few, well mostly aroid seeds. For run of the mill bits it's ebay or amazon
    A few I've used in the past for various stuff Sunshine seeds Silverhill seeds Tropical palm seeds.com Trebrown Ben Candlin aroids does a few, well mostly aroid seeds. For run of the mill bits it's ebay or amazon
    A few I've used in the past for various stuff Sunshine seeds Silverhill seeds Tropical palm seeds.com Trebrown Ben Candlin aroids does a few, well mostly aroid seeds. For run of the mill bits it's...
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  4. PeterJ

    Looking after seedlings once germinated

    @PeterJ it depends on what you are growing too. I tend to grow a lot of annuals so I am used to the pot shifting dance. By the time I am able to plant out them out, I usually have about 150 to 180...
    @PeterJ it depends on what you are growing too. I tend to grow a lot of annuals so I am used to the pot shifting dance. By the time I am able to plant out them out, I usually have about 150 to 180 little pots of annuals. Lots of running up and down the stairs.And I still buy more in the...
    @PeterJ it depends on what you are growing too. I tend to grow a lot of annuals so I am used to the pot shifting dance. By the time I am able to plant out them out, I usually have about 150 to 180 little pots of annuals. Lots of running up and...
    @PeterJ it depends on what you are growing too. I tend to grow a lot of annuals so I am used to the pot shifting dance. By the time I am able to plant out them out, I usually have about 150 to 180...
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  5. Scrungee

    Sarcococca from cuttings and/or seeds

    As they're only about 100mm max high, and only just sending out sideshoots, I suspect it maight be longer than that. Will keep taking cuttings each year for backups so established plants can be...
    As they're only about 100mm max high, and only just sending out sideshoots, I suspect it maight be longer than that. Will keep taking cuttings each year for backups so established plants can be given a severe haircut whilst flowering.
    As they're only about 100mm max high, and only just sending out sideshoots, I suspect it maight be longer than that. Will keep taking cuttings each year for backups so established plants can be given a severe haircut whilst flowering.
    As they're only about 100mm max high, and only just sending out sideshoots, I suspect it maight be longer than that. Will keep taking cuttings each year for backups so established plants can be...
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  6. martious

    Black Currant Propagation

    I asked a similar question about half a year ago.Turns out black currant plants are nigh indestructible. Mine took about a month to develop a full root system. It now grows outside in the soil...
    I asked a similar question about half a year ago.Turns out black currant plants are nigh indestructible. Mine took about a month to develop a full root system. It now grows outside in the soil without any protection and seems to do great.Hopefully next year there will be the first berries...
    I asked a similar question about half a year ago.Turns out black currant plants are nigh indestructible. Mine took about a month to develop a full root system. It now grows outside in the soil without any protection and seems to do...
    I asked a similar question about half a year ago.Turns out black currant plants are nigh indestructible. Mine took about a month to develop a full root system. It now grows outside in the soil...
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  7. Blue arbour

    French lavender and rosemary cuttings

    It looks silly that I say they prefer it dry then agree with in water. :rolleyespink: I do Oleander and Hibiscus in either water to root or directly in compost. A lot of these shrub cuttings root either way...
    It looks silly that I say they prefer it dry then agree with in water. :rolleyespink: I do Oleander and Hibiscus in either water to root or directly in compost. A lot of these shrub cuttings root either way but in water is quicker to root then plant into compost.
    It looks silly that I say they prefer it dry then agree with in water. :rolleyespink: I do Oleander and Hibiscus in either water to root or directly in compost. A lot of these shrub cuttings root either way but in water is quicker to root then plant into...
    It looks silly that I say they prefer it dry then agree with in water. :rolleyespink: I do Oleander and Hibiscus in either water to root or directly in compost. A lot of these shrub cuttings root either way...
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  8. Scrungee

    Producing your own seed spuds from mini tubers, cuttings, etc.

    18 Days since taking cuttings and 50% have now rooted.I'll need to keep them growing until the end of September to get decent sized micro tubers, so might bin those that haven't taken yet.
    18 Days since taking cuttings and 50% have now rooted.I'll need to keep them growing until the end of September to get decent sized micro tubers, so might bin those that haven't taken yet.
    18 Days since taking cuttings and 50% have now rooted.I'll need to keep them growing until the end of September to get decent sized micro tubers, so might bin those that haven't taken yet.
    18 Days since taking cuttings and 50% have now rooted.I'll need to keep them growing until the end of September to get decent sized micro tubers, so might bin those that haven't taken yet.
    kondor mini tuber.jpg scab.jpg KondorB.jpg kondorA.jpg kondor sterilized.jpg kondor sprouts.jpg
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  9. JWK

    Clematis armandii propagation

    Thanks @Spruce
    Thanks @Spruce
    Thanks @Spruce
    Thanks @Spruce
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  10. ARMANDII

    SOWING SEEDS - 2020

    In the 2020 thread!!!!!!!!!!??????????????????Ah well that explains it then:heehee:
    In the 2020 thread!!!!!!!!!!??????????????????Ah well that explains it then:heehee:
    In the 2020 thread!!!!!!!!!!??????????????????Ah well that explains it then:heehee:
    In the 2020 thread!!!!!!!!!!??????????????????Ah well that explains it then:heehee:
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  11. Sian in Belgium

    When to lift and divide snowdrops

    Well, the sunshine beckoned outside, and the large clumps of snowdrops have been lifted and replanted within about 30 mins of coming out of the ground, so they should not have dried out. About to...
    Well, the sunshine beckoned outside, and the large clumps of snowdrops have been lifted and replanted within about 30 mins of coming out of the ground, so they should not have dried out. About to go around and water them in, as we have no rain forecast for the next 5 days...
    Well, the sunshine beckoned outside, and the large clumps of snowdrops have been lifted and replanted within about 30 mins of coming out of the ground, so they should not have dried out. About to go around and water them in, as we have no rain...
    Well, the sunshine beckoned outside, and the large clumps of snowdrops have been lifted and replanted within about 30 mins of coming out of the ground, so they should not have dried out. About to...
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  12. ricky101

    Pelargonium Cuttings

    Possibly two popular plants are Pelargoniums and Fuchsias. They will tolerate some harsh treatmens at times, and perhaps for the average gardener, they are easy to propagate. Although cuttings...
    Possibly two popular plants are Pelargoniums and Fuchsias. They will tolerate some harsh treatmens at times, and perhaps for the average gardener, they are easy to propagate. Although cuttings can be taken at almost any time year, there are snags. The prosective plant material may be too new,...
    Possibly two popular plants are Pelargoniums and Fuchsias. They will tolerate some harsh treatmens at times, and perhaps for the average gardener, they are easy to propagate. Although cuttings can be taken at almost any time year, there are...
    Possibly two popular plants are Pelargoniums and Fuchsias. They will tolerate some harsh treatmens at times, and perhaps for the average gardener, they are easy to propagate. Although cuttings...
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  13. mazambo

    Blue Poppy

    Thanks @Spruce
    Thanks @Spruce
    Thanks @Spruce
    Thanks @Spruce
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  14. Aldo

    Seeds left exposed to heater - what temperature would damage them?

    @NigelJ Thanks so much! All clear, I will sow mine in pots this weekend I think, and bide my time for a dryish and frost free few days once they are ready and hardened off. I really hope they...
    @NigelJ Thanks so much! All clear, I will sow mine in pots this weekend I think, and bide my time for a dryish and frost free few days once they are ready and hardened off. I really hope they grow, I love broad beans but did not get much at all from my first attempts this Summer.
    @NigelJ Thanks so much! All clear, I will sow mine in pots this weekend I think, and bide my time for a dryish and frost free few days once they are ready and hardened off. I really hope they grow, I love broad beans but did not get much at all...
    @NigelJ Thanks so much! All clear, I will sow mine in pots this weekend I think, and bide my time for a dryish and frost free few days once they are ready and hardened off. I really hope they...
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  15. Michael Hewett
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    Cuttings

    We've just had a dozen Wisteria seedlings pop up :dbgrtmb:. We don't want another Wisteria :doh:
    We've just had a dozen Wisteria seedlings pop up :dbgrtmb:. We don't want another Wisteria :doh:
    We've just had a dozen Wisteria seedlings pop up :dbgrtmb:. We don't want another Wisteria :doh:
    We've just had a dozen Wisteria seedlings pop up :dbgrtmb:. We don't want another Wisteria :doh:
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  16. Purple Streaks

    seed spare ,

    I have spare seed of a large white stock .highly scented .it is what I had in mystery seeds from chiltern s 4 yrs ago .this makes a large branching out plant bluey grey leaf .and is hardy sorry...
    I have spare seed of a large white stock .highly scented .it is what I had in mystery seeds from chiltern s 4 yrs ago .this makes a large branching out plant bluey grey leaf .and is hardy sorry don't know name. Please pm me if intrested.
    I have spare seed of a large white stock .highly scented .it is what I had in mystery seeds from chiltern s 4 yrs ago .this makes a large branching out plant bluey grey leaf .and is hardy sorry don't know name. Please pm me if intrested.
    I have spare seed of a large white stock .highly scented .it is what I had in mystery seeds from chiltern s 4 yrs ago .this makes a large branching out plant bluey grey leaf .and is hardy sorry...
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  17. Michael Hewett

    Cyclamen coum

    I agree, they're so pretty. Can't wait to see mine flowering!
    I agree, they're so pretty. Can't wait to see mine flowering!
    I agree, they're so pretty. Can't wait to see mine flowering!
    I agree, they're so pretty. Can't wait to see mine flowering!
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  18. Sian in Belgium

    Can verbena rigida be propagated by division?

    Sounds like the perfect plant for me then! I find that unless a plant is really, really determined to grow, it just curls up its toes and dies in the soil here...I will get out there and divide...
    Sounds like the perfect plant for me then! I find that unless a plant is really, really determined to grow, it just curls up its toes and dies in the soil here...I will get out there and divide away tomorrow.:blue thumb:
    Sounds like the perfect plant for me then! I find that unless a plant is really, really determined to grow, it just curls up its toes and dies in the soil here...I will get out there and divide away tomorrow.:blue thumb:
    Sounds like the perfect plant for me then! I find that unless a plant is really, really determined to grow, it just curls up its toes and dies in the soil here...I will get out there and divide...
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  19. Hobbynut

    Help plug plants

    Many thanks!
    Many thanks!
    Many thanks!
    Many thanks!
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  20. Barders

    Baby Geranium pants - What did I do to them (by accident!) please?

    Arh....:whistle: I think I probably overwater everything, so will rein that back as well as keeping them in a more constant temperature until they are bigger.Thank you again Freddy, really helpful :love30:
    Arh....:whistle: I think I probably overwater everything, so will rein that back as well as keeping them in a more constant temperature until they are bigger.Thank you again Freddy, really helpful :love30:
    Arh....:whistle: I think I probably overwater everything, so will rein that back as well as keeping them in a more constant temperature until they are bigger.Thank you again Freddy, really helpful :love30:
    Arh....:whistle: I think I probably overwater everything, so will rein that back as well as keeping them in a more constant temperature until they are bigger.Thank you again Freddy, really helpful :love30:
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  21. Barders

    Secret to not getting clumps of seeds together please?

    Thank you for the advice I collected quite a few trays with divided cells for bedding plants from last year, so will definitely sow the other packet of Lobelias into those. Great idea about the...
    Thank you for the advice I collected quite a few trays with divided cells for bedding plants from last year, so will definitely sow the other packet of Lobelias into those. Great idea about the spray bottle, I have a small one so will do that tomorrow, I was a bit worried about drowning them,...
    Thank you for the advice I collected quite a few trays with divided cells for bedding plants from last year, so will definitely sow the other packet of Lobelias into those. Great idea about the spray bottle, I have a small one so will do that...
    Thank you for the advice I collected quite a few trays with divided cells for bedding plants from last year, so will definitely sow the other packet of Lobelias into those. Great idea about the...
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  22. hydrogardener
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    Phalaenopsis from seed.

    I have four plants left after giving several plants to friends. One of the baby plants has a spike and I am looking forward to seeing what the flowers look like, as the flowers on the parent...
    I have four plants left after giving several plants to friends. One of the baby plants has a spike and I am looking forward to seeing what the flowers look like, as the flowers on the parent plant were huge. The difference in the size and appearance of the resulting plants is...
    I have four plants left after giving several plants to friends. One of the baby plants has a spike and I am looking forward to seeing what the flowers look like, as the flowers on the parent plant were huge. The difference in the size and...
    I have four plants left after giving several plants to friends. One of the baby plants has a spike and I am looking forward to seeing what the flowers look like, as the flowers on the parent...
    seeds day4.jpg Phalaenopsis Seeds Day 10.jpg mama.jpg Baby Phal.jpg phalaenopsis in vitro.jpg UGO.jpg
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  23. Scrungee

    Air layering Bay Tree

    No, because the tree is already half a barrel height above ground level. I'd need on pot resting on stepladders to get a suitable branch end into it (which I think would be classed as air layering).
    No, because the tree is already half a barrel height above ground level. I'd need on pot resting on stepladders to get a suitable branch end into it (which I think would be classed as air layering).
    No, because the tree is already half a barrel height above ground level. I'd need on pot resting on stepladders to get a suitable branch end into it (which I think would be classed as air layering).
    No, because the tree is already half a barrel height above ground level. I'd need on pot resting on stepladders to get a suitable branch end into it (which I think would be classed as air layering).
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