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Re: Hello

Post by Guest on 9th April 2010, 06:03

Hello Bemo, there are only 31 left from last year after their snow burial and many other mishaps. The fall germinated ones kept indoors are slow to get their timing aligned. Of course many of the new seedlings will never make it though the next winter. The germination is much better this year and still coming along with new mothers. Just came out of two weeks of rain and overcast which slowed things. 40 this morning but now 70F in the green house. Cheers


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Post by Guest on 9th April 2010, 06:30

Hello rosemeadow, it's amazing how much root growth compared to top. Some are real subject to burn after just a few hours. Time permitting I give them fresh air and sun before planting out. Even so, one lost all it leaves and is now coming back bettered prepared (I hope). Strange thing, the less "help" I give the better they do. Cheers Neil What a project you developed, very good. Hope you had help. The garden fairies will most likely enjoy too. Just passing through. Moving on now.

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