The Growing From Seed Thread 2019

Discussion in 'General Gardening Discussion' started by longk, Jan 10, 2019.

  1. CanadianLori

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      Last packages came... now to make a bazillion soil blocks !
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        Filled a load of cells with compost today ready for seeds, probably start sowing next weekend. Bought some "premium seed compost" from ebay, never again! What a load of rubbish! Luckily had a bag of wilko seed compost and a bag of horticultural vermiculite, mixed together seem to make a good mix, I suppose time will tell.
         

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        • lucky3

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          I m new here regards growing from seed but I wonder do you have a seed swap .I have far too much of seed of the same plants .last year I got the bug for collecting from my flowers instead of just de-heading i let everything seed. I now have a large collection.
           
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          • pete

            pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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            I've made a start at sowing this year, onions went in last weekend and are now showing in the prop.
            Other than that mostly ornamentals, and not ones I've grown before.
            Sideritis cypria
            Aeonium simsii
            Brugmansia "Orange glory", we will see if that comes true?
            Cyperus Alternifolius, grown it years ago, good pond plant.
            Bukiniczia Cabulica, sown three weeks ago on the greenhouse bench, no prop, and appearing already.:wow:
            OH and a few mild chillies.
             
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