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1. Cucamelon
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Cucamelon Place the seeds 1,5-2 cm deep in rich in nutrients soil in a pot with good drainage. Keep the soil moist at all time. Keep the temperature at 20+ degrees. Use a stick to support the plant ...
2. Crataegus monogyna
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Crataegus monogyna   Scarify the seed with a small knife in order to be able to germinate more easily. Soak the seeds in a glass of water for 24 hours, afterwards place the seeds in a wet paper ...
3. Tarragon Growing Instructions
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Tarragon   Start Tarragon seeds off in pots around April. Sow four or five seeds per pot in moist potting soil. Cover them with compost or soil to exclude light. Keep them indoors at room ...
4. 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, ...
5. Dill Growing Instructions
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Dill Sow dill seeds about 1/4-inch deep and 18 inches apart in rich soil, then gently rake the seeds into the soil. The soil should be around 60 to 70ºF for best results. Dill does not grow well when ...
6. Oregano Growing Instructions
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Oregano Plant in spring in loose soil rich in nutrients. Plant 1-1,5cm deep, plant seeds 10cm apart from each other. Water when the soil is dry and keep barely moist. Provide adequate sunlight. Harvest ...
7. Melissa – Lemon Balm Growing Instructions
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Melissa – Lemon Balm Sow in late spring to late summer The seeds need temperatures of around 20°C (68°F) to germinate. Seeds can be sown indoors in trays or pots containing good quality seed compost, ...
8. Nasturtiums Growing Instructions
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Nasturtiums Nasturtiums are fairly carefree, but it's important to them watered during dry periods. they are large seeds. Put one seed (1" deep) in each pot and grow them under lights or in a bright ...
9. Onions Growing Instructions
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Onions  Onions grow best in fertile, well-draining soil. This should also be worked with organic matter, such as compost. Onion seeds can be planted directly in the garden bed. start seeds inside ...
10. Bamboo Growing Instructions
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Bamboo Place the seeds in a glass of water of about 30 degrees Celsius for 24 hours. Place the seeds in rich in nutrients soil. Cover the seeds really lightly with soil. Make sure the pot has holes ...
11. 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 ...
12. Raspberry Growing Instructions
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Raspberry Place the Raspberry seeds in a white paper towel and put in a resealable plastic bag. Seal the bag, and place in a refrigerator with temperatures around 33 to 35 degrees Fahrenheit. Keep ...
13. Blackberry Growing Instructions
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Blackberry Place the blackberry seeds in a resealable plastic bag along with a handful of damp peat moss. Seal the bag, and place in a refrigerator with temperatures around 33 to 35 degrees Fahrenheit. ...
14. Valerian Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
Valerian Prepare the garden bed for planting by amending the top six inches of soil with rich, loamy topsoil. Place the Valerian seeds, which are very small, in rows about 36 inches apart. Plant them ...
15. Rosemary Growing Instructions
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Rosemary Start the seeds 6 to 12 weeks before warm weather hits. Rosemary seeds take a long time to germinate. Soak the seeds before planting.[1] Pour your seeds into a shallow glass and add about ...
16. Rocket plant Growing Instructions
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Rocket plant STEP 1 Choose a spot in your garden that’s sunny and make sure soil is well draining. Before you plant rocket seeds, dig in some fine compost and a little fertiliser to prepare soil. STEP ...
17. 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 ...
18. Mirabilis Jalapa four ‘o clock
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... Loosen the soil in the bed where you will plant the seeds. The seeds should be pressed into the soil with a small covering of soil no more than a half an inch. Space the seeds approximately one to two ...
19. 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 ...
20. Sarracenia Purpurea Growing Instructions
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  Sarracenia Purpurea Place the seeds in a wet paper towel in room temperature for 48 hours, then take the seeds with the damp towel (if it is not damp add moisture by slightly sprinkling some ...
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