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21. 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 ...
22. Goji Berry Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... in a warm spot and keep the soil moist until the plants emerge. Cover the pots with newspaper or paper towels to help keep the moisture in, but be sure to check them daily. Expect to see seedlings in four ...
23. Pansies, Pansy
(articles/Flower information)
... Pansies, pancy seeds here   Grow Pansies, pancy from seeds Sowing the seeds Fill the pots or seedling flats with moist, but not wet, soil-less growing media. The seeds are fairly small but ...
24. Tagetes - Marigold
(articles/Flower information)
... It is important to water the young marigold seedlings from below. When putting out into the garden space small marigold varieties about 15cm apart; medium species 30cm apart and large marigolds from 45 ...
25. Gerbera
(articles/Flower information)
... in some natural, indirect light. The germination process takes about 30 days to complete. Move the seedlings to small pots as soon as you see the first sign of young leaves. These can stay there until ...
26. Lavender (Lavandula)
(articles/Flower information)
... mix until it feels evenly damp. Fill a 3-inch-deep seedling tray with the soilless potting mix, leaving 1 inch of space at the top. Sprinkle a light layer of lavender seed across the surface of the ...
27. Roses
(articles/Flower information)
...  Transplant the seedlings into their own flower pots when they have 4-6 true leaves and grow on until they are ready to be transplanted outdoors. (after all danger of frost).   Note that not ...
28. Sunflower
(articles/Flower information)
... to keep moist; keep under grow lights, sunny windowsill, or greenhouse.   Once seeds germinate (10 to 14 days), pinch out weakest plant, so you have one per pot. Give seedlings bright light; water ...
29. Dianthus Caryophyllus Carnation
(articles/Flower information)
... well-drained soil in pots or in a seedling tray. Layering is the easiest way to propagate carnations and the plant will do this themselves once mature. Observing a mature clump of carnations, seek out ...
30. Impatiens Balsamina
(articles/Flower information)
... in a greenhouse. When they are large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and plant them out in the summer.  ...
31. 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 ...
32. 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 ...
33. Cayenne Pepper
(articles/Flower information)
... long as 12 weeks to germinate and the seedlings are slow-growing.   If your climate permits, you can plant seeds directly into the ground in early spring. The soil should be well dug, and slightly ...
34. Bhut Jolokia Bhut Jolokia Naga Jolokia pepper
(articles/Flower information)
... light for the seedlings. The light that plants receive on a windowsill is often insufficient and may lead to leggy growth because plants stretch for the sunlight. A bright south facing window is usually ...
35. Prunus subhirtella weeping higan cherry
(articles/Flower information)
... Higan Cherry Tree from a semi-hardwood cutting during the summer in most cases. It may also be bud-grafted onto a related seedling or a 6-foot tall member of another Prunus species. Trees grown from grafts ...
36. Cercis siliquastrum
(articles/Flower information)
... to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on in a greenhouse for their first winter.  Plant them out into their permanent positions in late spring or early summer, ...
... in the production of dozens of small, shiny black seeds.   Plants can be propagated by seed, although seedlings take several years to mature. More commonly, they are propagated by division in ...
38. Ficus Religiosa Bodhi Tree
(articles/Flower information)
... Seedling requires sufficient watering. Water until all soil is wet and some extra water releases from the bottom of pot. Living under water continuously will result in rotting of the root. Wind: Bodhi ...
39. Nepenthes Hookeriana grow from seeds
(articles/Flower information)
... 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, ...
40. Drosera capensis - Grow cape sundew from seeds
(articles/Flower information)
... bag is to maintain very high humidity and to keep out fungus gnats. Fungus gnat larvae will eat the seedlings. A temperature between 20°C to 25°C (70°F to 80°F) works best. The seeds should germinate in ...
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