SOWING SEEDS - 2020

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    Ohh! Thank you, @ARMANDII ! You’ve been busy!!

    At the moment, I’m feeling smug.
    It won’t last, I know. It won’t last. But for now, I’m up to date with my seed-sowing for 2020.
    All the seeds that need to be sown in January - AND! - all those that can be sown at any time of the year, have been sown.
    That’s all 6 packets of seeds done...

    ...the fact that I’ve got 14 different chillies, plus all the other “sow in February” seeds, to do next month... I’ll get behind, and fail in the catch-up game all year.

    But for now, I’m up to date, and I’m going to enjoy this strange sensation!!
     
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      I knew it wouldn’t last!!

      My order from Chiltern Seeds has just arrived....:yay::hapfeet::yay:
       
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        Chilli seed sown today now on a heated pad.
         
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          Well, my perovskia seeds said to sow immediately, as they have been dispatched straight from cold-storage. I wasn't too worried that they’d warmed up too much in transit - the day that they arrived, the temperature was a constant 24hr 1c with freezing fog.

          I did as I was instructed, and sowed them straight away - and I have 4 seeds showing signs of sprouting already!!:yay:
           
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            Sown Eucomis comosa, Lilium davidii, L pardalinum, Clematis napaulensis and Rehmannii piasezkii. These are now in propagator.
             
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