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Patience is a virtue ....

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Patience is a virtue ....

Post by OzRose on 27th July 2011, 16:05

And never more so it seems when it comes to growing roses from seed . i was cleaning out an over grown corner of the pot ghetto and came across some pots of rose seeds that I sowed this time last year and semi forgot about because nothing seemed to be happening.
To my suprise I found that several had germinated and were just getting their first true leaves and there are more germinating as I type OMG!!! and here was me going to sling the potting mix back into the barrow .

cheers. Rosalie
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Re: Patience is a virtue ....

Post by Admin on 27th July 2011, 20:56

It's when you sling the mix and reuse it that you get random seeldings coming up everywhere - these are little treasures IMO Smile

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