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21. Iris Tenax Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... a lot of sun. Keep out of direct exposure during heatwaves and the first 3 weeks from germination. Do not consume as It is a toxic plant. Do not touch if allergic.  ...
22. Mint Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
Mint Sow indoors 8-10 weeks before last frost, or direct sow in April/May. Seeds should sprout in 10-16 days. Bottom heat will speed germination. Exposure: Full sun to partial shade Sow seeds no more ...
23. Piselo Odoroso Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... of the seeds with a small knife to allow easier germination.  ...
24. Giant Pumpkin Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... However if you have a heated germination mat you can use that. Once the new seedlings start to emerge – anytime between 4 and 6 days - remove the basal heat, but keep them in a well lit area that receives ...
25. Rainbow Chards Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... germination is the preferred period.    ...
26. Bodhi Tree (Ficus Religiosa) Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... moisture. Until germination occurs you can put a plastic cap or a transparent wrapper on top of the pot in order to keep moisture in. Make sure it has some holes though in order for the soil to be able ...
27. Acer palmatum Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... depth of the diameter of the seed. Keep the seed slightly moist (not wet) until germination. Generally speaking, the ground temperature should be between 58 and 62 degrees Fahrenheit (~ 14 to 17 degrees ...
28. Pansies, Pansy
(articles/Flower information)
... fine layer (1/8") on top to retain moisture around the seeds. Freezing or cooling seeds in order to achieve germination is not required. Initial Watering. After sowing, place the seed flat in a pan ...
29. Tagetes - Marigold
(articles/Flower information)
... last expected frost of spring; they should be transplanted outdoors following the last frost. Germination of marigold takes from three days to two weeks and should be done at about 20 to 24 degrees centigrade. ...
30. Gerbera
(articles/Flower information)
... seeds: Begin the germination process by planting the gerbera seeds in the potting soil, maintaining a temperature of between 68 and 78 degrees. It is best to start this procedure in the springtime or ...
31. Lavender (Lavandula)
(articles/Flower information)
... to five weeks after sowing them. Move the seedling tray to a well-lighted place where temperatures stay above 60 degrees Fahrenheit at all times following the cold stratification period. Watch for germination ...
32. Roses
(articles/Flower information)
... pots and sow the seed so it is an inch apart if you don’t have the space for flats. Label each pot or flat. You’ll start seeing germination in a week and it will continue for upwards of a month.   ...
33. Morning Glory
(articles/Flower information)
... plants, morning glory has turned into a serious invasive weed problem. Morning Glory are grown from seeds. To increase the germination rate and speed, nick the thick seed coat or soak it in warm water ...
34. Aquilegia vulgaris
(articles/Flower information)
... seedlings to final location as they appear. Germination time 1 to 3 months. Transplant to final location following the last frost. Space small species 6 to 12 inches (15 to 30 cm) apart; Large species ...
35. Pitaya dragon fruit
(articles/Flower information)
... it in a warm spot that gets plenty of light. Check daily; seeds start germinating anywhere from one to 14 days after planting. After germination, remove the plastic bag. Do not overwater the young cacti. ...
36. Habanero hot pepper
(articles/Flower information)
... the seeds to keep the soil mixture moist. Take the seed tray out of the plastic wrap or plastic bag after germination.   Thin out the weak seedlings. Discard seedlings that are weak after the ...
37. Bhut Jolokia Bhut Jolokia Naga Jolokia pepper
(articles/Flower information)
...  Grow Bhut Jolokia - Naga Jolokia from seeds   Bhut Jolokia requires soil temperatures to be between 75°F and 90°F for proper germination. You may need to supply bottom heat with the aid of a ...
38. Acer Palmatum
(articles/Flower information)
... with soil only the depth of the diameter of the seed. Keep the seed slightly moist (not wet) until germination. Generally speaking, the ground temperature should be between 58 and 62 degrees Fahrenheit ...
... spring or summer.   Germination or how to grow venus flytrap from seed When Venus Flytraps bloom, a flower begins to be receptive to pollen only 1 to 1.5 days after the flower opens, so older ...
40. Nepenthes Hookeriana grow from seeds
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... lights. Germination can take from 4 weeks to almost a year. The fresher the seed, the stronger the seedlings and higher the germination rate. Keep an eye on the seeds since mold can be a problem. Generally, ...
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