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21. Darlingtonia Cobra lily Growing Instructions
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Darlingtonia Cobra lily Place the seeds in a wet paper towel an keep in room temperature for 48 hours. Please the moist paper towel in a zip loc bag and into the fridge for about four weeks. (vegetable ...
22. Cantaloupe Melon Growing Instructions
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Cantaloupe Melon This easy growing specialty melon can be direct sown after all danger of frost, or started indoors 3-4 weeks before setting out. Melons take some space to grow and vine, so leave enough ...
23. Echinacea Growing Instructions
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Echinacea Simply sow the seeds when the soil reaches 55-70 degrees Fahrenheit in the spring. Sow on the surface of the soil and after the seeds begin to germinate lightly cover the seeds with about ...
24. Carrots Growing Instructions
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Carrots Direct sow April to mid-July for harvests from July to November. Optimal soil temperature: 7-30°C (45-85°F). Seeds take as long as 14-21 days to germinate.Because carrot seeds are tiny, they ...
25. Watermelon Growing Instructions
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Watermelon Start your watermelon seeds in the ground, right where they are supposed to grow. The soil should be at least 18°C for them to germinate. stick your seeds in the ground, about two cm or ...
26. Nepenthes Growing Instructions
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Nepenthes Sprinkle the seeds onto the surface of the medium, spray with pure water, and place the pots in plastic bags in warm temperatures, about 26°C to 32°C (80°F to 90°F). Plastic bags will keep ...
27. Gaillardia Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
Gaillardia Select a site that drains quickly and is in full sun at least six hours a day. Broadcast the Gaillardia seeds on the pots surface by hand when the day temperature begins to hold at 70 degrees ...
28. Rainbow Eucalyptus Growing Instructions
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  Rainbow Eucalyptus Tip: You can put the seeds directly in the soil or if you want to have better control of the seeds you can follow the procedure shown in the video below and put the seeds ...
29. Basil Growing Instructions
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... and your basil tree can start growing!  ...
30. Codariocalyx motorius Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
Codariocalyx motorius Sow indoors at any time of year. Soak the seeds in a container of warm water for a day or two. Fill small pots or trays with a moisture retentive compost, (Mix of humus, garden ...
31. Strawberries Growing Instructions
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Strawberries Plant the seeds over a 1-2 inch layer of seed starting mix, with plenty of space between them. Cover with a scant 1/8 inch of seed starting mix. Keep moist but not damp, and in a few ...
32. Celastrus Paniculatus Growing Instructions
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Celastrus Paniculatus Place seeds in alcohol for 3 hours or in lukewarm water for 48 hours. Place the seeds in rich in nutrients soil 1-1,5cm deep. Water the soil so it is kept marginally moist at ...
33. Lunaria Growing Instructions
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  Lunaria Choose a site in full sun with average, well-drained soil. Sow seeds outdoors in early spring directly into the soil, sow in fall for bloom the following summer. Let honesty planted ...
34. Hippophae Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
Hippophae Soak the seeds in water for 48. of the cotyledons. Seeds can be sown directly outdoors or you can plant them indoors and transplant them after sprouts are produced. If the seeds are planted ...
35. Stevia Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
Stevia Select a sunny location that receives six hours of direct sunlight every day. Prepare the soil by tilling to a depth of 8 to 10 inches. Remove any rocks or debris. Mix generous amounts of well-rotted ...
36. Edelweiss Growing Instructions
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Edelweiss Edelweiss plants thrive in loose soil that is rich in lime. Soil that is too heavy or hard will choke the delicate, hair-like root system of the plant. Mixing up a planting medium that combines ...
37. Viola/Pansies Growing Instructions
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Viola/Pansies Plant pansy seeds in July or August, so they can become established before the onset of winter. Spread them out evenly across the planting area, and cover them with about 1/8 inch of ...
38. Lavender Growing Instructions
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  Lavender Plant the seeds in well-drained soil about 1/2 to 1 inch beneath the surface. The soil does not need to be nutrient-rich, but it must be moist. Do not over-saturate and make the soil ...
39. Tomatoes Growing Instructions
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Tomatoes Plant single seeds in individual pots, or plant two seeds per pot and thin your seedlings to one plant per container after seedlings emerge. Place the seeds at a depth equal to twice the ...
40. Corn Growing Instructions
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Multicolored Corn Season: Warm season Exposure: Full-sun Corn seeds should be planted only when the soil has warmed up above 18°C (65°F) - warmer for supersweet (sh2) types, and even warmer for a ...
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