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1. Guava Growing Instructions
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... roots. Fertilizer: Feed with a weak liquid fertilizer throughout the growing season. To increase the changes of germination (and reduce the time), let the seeds sit in a little water for two weeks, ...
2. Melissa – Lemon Balm Growing Instructions
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... or can be sown directly where they are to grow. Sow seeds thinly in shallow drills in full sun. “Just cover” the seeds with a sprinkling of soil or vermiculite, as they need light to germinate. Germination ...
3. Chamomile Growing Instructions
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... are transplanted. Optimal temperature for germination: 19°C (65°F). Bottom heat speeds germination. Sow seeds 1cm (½") deep. Keep moist, and thin or transplant to 10-15cm (4-6") apart. Seeds should sprout ...
4. Raspberry Growing Instructions
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... seed germination does not require bright light since the seeds are covered with soil. Mist the soil with water in a spray bottle whenever the soil begins to dry out. Once seedlings begin to sprout, move ...
5. Blackberry Growing Instructions
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... seed germination does not require bright light since the seeds are covered with soil. Mist the soil with water in a spray bottle whenever the soil begins to dry out. Once seedlings begin to sprout, move ...
6. Valerian Growing Instructions
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... gently and keep the soil well supplied with moisture but not overly wet. The correct moisture level is essential to achieving germination in Valerian seeds.  ...
7. Rosemary Growing Instructions
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... the tray. Since rosemary has a low germination rate, you should plant several seeds into one slot to improve your chances of a seedling growing in each slot. Sprinkle the seeds onto the top of the potting ...
8. Zinnias Growing Instructions
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Zinnias Plant seeds after the last frost. Keep in at least 18 degrees celcius for germination. Plant 1 1/5 cm deep in rich in nutrients soil. Keep moist and make sure the pot has adequate holes for ...
9. Mirabilis Jalapa four ‘o clock
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... feet apart. Gently water. The seeds will sprout in 7 - 14 days depending on the temperature. The warmer the temperature, the faster the germination. A mild, water-soluble fertilizer applied once a month ...
10. Morinda Citrifolia Growing Instructions
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Morinda Citrifolia Noni seeds require hot, wet conditions for optimum germination. Un-scarified seeds require several months to a year before natural germination takes place, but their germination ...
11. Sarracenia Purpurea Growing Instructions
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... soil at least 2 cm away from each other. Do not cover with soil as they need the sunlight to germinate. Sunlight and at least 20-25 degrees Celsius are needed for germination. Also humidity is important ...
12. Echinacea Growing Instructions
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... 1/8 of an inch of soil. Thin the plants out so that they are 18 to 24 inches apart. Germination should occur within 10-20 days. After germination the plants will grow very quickly. Most types of Echinacea ...
13. Carrots Growing Instructions
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... need to be sown shallowly. The trick is to keep the top-most layer of soil damp during the long germination period. Water deeply prior to planting. Direct sow the tiny seeds 5mm (¼") deep, 4 seeds per ...
14. Nepenthes Growing Instructions
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... the humidity high and will exclude fungus gnats and spores of mold and moss. The pots should be in light shade or under fluorescent lights. Germination can take from 4 weeks to almost a year.  ...
15. Gaillardia Growing Instructions
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... Fahrenheit. You will thin the seedlings to the proper distance in a later step. Cover the seeds with a 1/8-inch layer of topsoil. provide gentle irrigation until germination. Water the seeds at planting ...
16. Rainbow Eucalyptus Growing Instructions
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... seeds should germinate in approximately two weeks. Once you have achived germination though sun is required do not expose the seedlings to direct sunlight until they are at least 4 inches high. Mist the ...
17. Codariocalyx motorius Growing Instructions
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... germination temperatures are 24 to 27°C (75 to 80°F) Germination of the seeds can start in 10 days, with the majority germinating in 30 days. They may take up to 90 days, so don’t be discouraged.  ...
18. Edelweiss Growing Instructions
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... refrigerating it for three weeks. Your seeds then can be sown in pots by sprinkling them on top of the soil. Germination generally takes between two and six weeks. Keep moist. Whether sowing indoors or ...
19. Tomatoes Growing Instructions
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... and warmth. After germination and initial growth, the seedlings need to be potted up to larger containers. Containers must be able to drain excess water. Tomato seedlings grow best at a temperature of ...
20. Princess Tree (Paulownia tomentosa) Growing Instructions
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... of 1 inch. Maintain moisture at 1 inch while the princess tree seeds germinate. Watch for germination in two to three weeks. Carefully transplant the seedlings into 10-inch plastic pots filled with the ...
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