Your Seeds For 2024?

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  1. S-H

    S-H Hardy Maple

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    I just now ordered these!

    Bhut Jolokia ghost pepper & German Giant beef tomatoes - Because I want to make my own spicy tomato sauce.

    Okay, let's all share what you have ordered this year. Although posting a picture or video about it is not mandatory, but it'll make this thread visually pleasing, (as we'll be able to imagine the final outcome).

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    Looks good, I've grown what used to be the hottest chilli called Armageddon.
    This year it's 2 types of tomato, one is a free packet of a small plum and a bush variety. The other is a cherry called Red Cherry that train as a cordon. Both sorts are at this stage, I don't start them until march so that they can go out the end of may.
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    Logan your seedling are coming along . Looks great. The flower seeds you listed are what gives the garden a long bloom cycle some perform til fall.
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    Thank you Pacnorwest, i have to be careful not to start them off too early because the conservatory roof isn't glass, it's fibre glass i think, it was already built when we moved in.
    This is inside
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    Logan what a perfect room to grow seedlings. Very nice place to sit and enjoy your beautiful garden as spring rolls out its flowers .
     
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    Thank you Pacnorwest, it gets very hot in the summer in there.
     
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    Yes I can imagine , hot in summers similar to a green house. I have fans and shade cloth and trees to shade my tiny greenhouse , does not help much, just bakes everything inside during the summer. I guess the summer heat has sterilized everything inside after a few weeks.
     
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    Yes I've tried to shade the chillies in there, but doesn't do much good, i would have thought chillies would like it, but i don't have to grow them for a long time, got so many.
    I can understand about your greenhouse.
     
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    I'm still waiting for my seeds to arrive... They say that my Bhut Jolokia seeds have reached the "last mile hub" - But I don't see delivery guy approaching. While the other order of giant beef tomatoes is still being "processed'.

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    It shouldn't be long before you get them, but i would have ordered a long time ago, if you could have.
     
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    They weren't available before, or I would have...
     
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    Just got these delivered! :cool:

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    Just looked inside the package again, and found a free gift with the Ghost Pepper Bhut Jolokia seeds.

    So I'll be growing these as well now!

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    That's great S-H, looks like a lot of chilli seeds in there and a free packet, that was a surprise.
     
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    Meanwhile my other seeds too are on the way - The hairloom German Giant Beef Tomatoes! So will most definitely get those also in a few days. :D

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