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1. Melissa – Lemon Balm Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
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, ...
2. Raspberry Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
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 ...
3. Blackberry Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
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. ...
4. Nepenthes Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
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 ...
5. Codariocalyx motorius Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... 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.  ...
6. Stevia Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... manure or compost into the existing soil, and rake smooth. Plant seedlings once temperatures remain in the 50s and 60s Fahrenheit. Space 18 inches apart in rows spaced at 24 inches. Stevia will grow to ...
7. Edelweiss Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... requires imbibing the seeds which is necessary to provide the cold temperatures the seeds will need to grow. This can be done by placing the seeds and some of your soil mixture in a black plastic bag and ...
8. Snapdragons Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... need light to germinate, so do not allow them to become covered with soil. Keep the seed flat in a cool room, with temperatures around 55 degrees. Choose an outdoor planting site with full sun and rich, ...
9. 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 ...
10. Drosera capensis (sundew) Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... needs a lot of light but while growing do not expose the plant to direct sunlight during the hot summer months with temperatures over 25 degrees. Keep it under a shadow preferably. It requires a lot of ...
11. Venus Flytrap Growing Instuctions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... direct sunlight during the hot summer months with temperatures over 25 degrees. Keep it under a shadow preferably. It requires a lot of moisture to grow, cover the pot with a cooking plastic cover to which ...
12. Mimosa Pudica Growing Instructions
(articles/Germination Growing instructions)
... or at least as much to keep the soil slightly moist at all times. Make sure the pot has adequate holes in the bottom in order to have good drainage and keep the pot at high temperatures 19+ C. / 66+F. ...
13. Pansies, Pansy
(articles/Flower information)
... mild frost and can be planted outdoors to flower early in northern gardens when the temperatures warm up in late spring. They are also slow growing requiring 12-14 weeks from sowing until flowering.  ...
14. Lavender (Lavandula)
(articles/Flower information)
... to five weeks after sowing them. Move the seedling tray to a well-lighted place where temperatures stay above 60 degrees Fahrenheit at all times following the cold stratification period. Watch for germination ...
15. Bhut Jolokia Bhut Jolokia Naga Jolokia pepper
(articles/Flower information)
...  Grow Bhut Jolokia - Naga Jolokia from seeds   Bhut Jolokia requires soil temperatures to be between 75°F and 90°F for proper germination. You may need to supply bottom heat with the aid of a ...
16. Jacaranda Mimosifolia
(articles/Flower information)
... numerous slender seeds. Season: Flowers in the spring or summer in its natural environment. Difficulty quotient: Rather easy, but cannot stand low temperatures. Some of the leaves will drop off each ...
... ground during the summer, the rate and speed of germination increasing with warm temperatures. Therefore, Venus Flytrap seeds should not be stratifed, although if they are not sowed immediately they can ...
18. Nepenthes Hookeriana grow from seeds
(articles/Flower information)
... in warm temperatures, about 26°C to 32°C (80°F to 90°F). Plastic bags will keep the humidity high and will exclude fungus gnats and spores of mold and moss. The pots should be in light shade or under fluorescent ...
19. Nepenthes Ampullaria carnivorous
(articles/Flower information)
... tolerate cold temperatures, it should be kept between 75 and 95 degrees farenheit for optimum growth. Humidity - Should be very high at all times and it does not appreciate low humidity. Humidity should ...
20. Mimosa Pudica Growing Instructions
(articles/Flower information)
... your containers with clear wrap, do not put them in direct sunlight until you remove the plastic wrap. Cool temperatures will prevent your sensitive plant or Mimosa pudica from starting to grow leaves. ...
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