Homemade Seed Sprouter

Discussion in 'Seed Starting / Propagation' started by nan1234, Oct 9, 2007.

  1. Palm Tree

    Palm Tree Young Pine

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    I am possitively green with envy. :D
    That is a lovely sprouter you have there.
     
  2. Droopy

    Droopy Slug Slaughterer Plants Contributor

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    Lovely seedlings. They look spoiled. :D
     
  3. nan1234

    nan1234 Seedling

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    Talking about spoiling, you hit the point. I took out cucumber and bean seedlings out to give space to others, half of them shocked to die by the tempreture difference (I guess.) The survived are doing okay now. They just grow too fast inside and I still have a month away before I can transplant them to ground.

    Inside, I've got pepper, tomato, cucumber, squash, swisschard, pumpkin, melon, luffa, broccoli, turnip, bean, greens, and flowers that I cannot name.
     
  4. Netty

    Netty Chaotic Gardener Plants Contributor

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    Those seedlings look fabulous Nan!
     



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  5. Penny

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    What a great idea, well done!
     

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