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1. Tarragon Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... temperature. 18+ degrees Celsius required for sprouting. Planting in Peat Pellets will make transplanting simple and ensure the roots are not disturbed. The plants need a warm, dry environment, ...
2. Dill Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... transplanted, so start the seeds fresh in the garden in early summer. Make sure to shelter the plants from strong winds. After 10 to 14 days, the plants should appear in the soil. Wait another 10 to 14 ...
3. Melissa – Lemon Balm Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... Lemon balm plants should be spaced 30 to 38cm (12 to 15 in) apart.  ...
4. Mirabilis Jalapa four ‘o clock
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... would be beneficial to the plants. The plants will grow to a height of three feet in most climates and produce an abundance of scented flowers.  ...
5. Caper Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... for 2 - 3 months. After refrigeration, soak the seeds again in warm water overnight. Plant the seeds about 1 cm deep in a loose well drained soil media. Young caper plants can be grown in a greenhouse ...
6. Cantaloupe Melon Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... vine. They do not ripen well after they are harvested. Cantaloupes develop a wonderful fragrance when they are ready to pick - you can't miss it. Fertilize plants regularly.  ...
7. Echinacea Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... 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 ...
8. Watermelon Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... approximately every 3 days if dry. Mulch each hill with a suitable material after the plants have reached a height of about 4 inches (10cm). You can choose pinestraw, lawn fabric, or compost. Try to apply ...
9. Gaillardia Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... the developing plants a low-nitrogen fertilizer, such as a 5-10-10 analysis. Irrigate established Gaillardia to the root zone when the plants begin to wilt. These plants thrive in dry environments.  ...
10. Edelweiss Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
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 ...
11. Lavender Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... muddy. Prune any nearby trees to allow for adequate light. Lavender plants require full sunlight, and they grow best in open fields without any shade. Even moderate shade can hinder growth.    ...
12. Turk Cap’s Lily Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... Irrigate the seed bed to a depth of about 3/4 inch at planting. Water the seeds every time the soil surface begins to dry. After the seeds germinate, give the plants 1 inch of water a week. Prune your ...
13. Mint Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... than 5mm (¼") deep in moist soil. Space plants 45-60cm (18-24") apart. Peppermint spreads in the garden with gusto via a vigorous root system, so it may be better to confine it to planters on the balcony. ...
14. Pepper growing instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... first two)] individually in pots or in the garden. In either case, use well-drained soil but water in order to keep moist always. The plants must never suffer through drought or low temperatures. Harden ...
15. 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 ...
16. Cactus Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... of these plants need almost no water when they are resting. Keep in medium sun, direct sunlight most of the time but not during heatwaves at least until it grows. Use rain water or distilled water as tap ...
17. Physalis Alkekengi Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... the garden soil with 50 percent peat moss to add nutrients. An ideal pH balance is 6.1 to 6.5 for the Physalis alkekengi. Plant the Physalis alkekengi at least 3 feet away from other plants to give the ...
18. Pansies, Pansy
(articles/Flower information)
  The Pansy is a large group of hybrid plants cultivated as garden flowers. Pansies are derived fromViola species Viola tricolor hybridized with other viola species, these hybrids are referred to ...
19. Tagetes - Marigold
(articles/Flower information)
  Tagetes is a genus of 56 species of annual and perennial mostly herbaceous plants in the sunflower family (Asteraceae or Compositae). The genus is native to North and South America, but some species ...
20. Gerbera
(articles/Flower information)
  Gerbera L. is a genus of ornamental plants from the sunflower family (Asteraceae). It was named in honour of the German botanist and naturalist Traugott Gerber († 1743) who travelled extensively ...
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