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A Vegetable-Garden Calendar
... Transplant artichoke seedlings Transplant cardoon seedlings Start hardening-off leek seedlings Direct-seed maincrop spinach April 1 Direct-seed fava beans Transplant broccoli raab seedlings Transplant cabbage seedlings Start celeriac seedlings Transplant leek seedlings Transplant onion seedlings ...
growingtaste.com

Floridata: Helianthus annuus
... frost, or give them a head start indoors a few weeks before setting out. Little seedlings transplant easily. The seeds you gather yourself from some of the cultivars may not come true ...
www.floridata.com

Alcea - hollyhock
... be sure to collect seeds or allow them to self sow for a continuous crop. Seedlings transplant easily during their first year and in the spring. Staking may be necessary to hold ...
www.perennialnursery.com

Watch Your Garden Grow - Watermelon
... in hills spaced 6 feet apart. Allow 7 to 10 feet between rows. After the seedlings are established, thin to the best three plants per hill. Plant single transplants 2 to ... cell and discard those that do not germinate. Do not start too early - large watermelon seedlings transplant poorly. Growing transplants inside requires a warm temperature, ideally between 80 and 85F. Place ...
www.urbanext.uiuc.edu

How to Grow Angelica
... : Sow angelica in early autumn where it is to grow. If you have to transplant the seedlings, it should be done in early spring before the taproot becomes has developed. A little ...
culinaryherbguide.com

How to Grow Salad Burnet
... head start or direct seed after the last frost. Or purchase pot grown plants. Growing: Transplant seedlings at one foot intervals in your herb garden. The leaves are low growing, but flower ...
culinaryherbguide.com
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Building a Floating Hydroponic Garden
... in the bottom may be used to hold the young seedlings. Use a hole saw or sharp knife to cut holes in ... , to hold the transplant in an upright position. Do not remove the potting soil from the transplant. After placing the young transplant in the net pot or styrofoam cup, do not add any potting mix or other material around the young transplant ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Nurture Seedlings on a Tiered Growing Stand
... to Botanical Latin Events From the pages of Fine Gardening Magazine Nurture Seedlings on a Tiered Growing Stand This inexpensive, homemade stand holds 20 flats ... more than a couple of dozen pots. Not to mention that growing seedlings tends to be rather messy, as the other half of my ... a total of 640 plants that I can start and grow to transplant size in an area little more than 5 square feet. And by ...
www.taunton.com

Vegetables in the home garden - 3. Raising seedlings
... potting mix around the plants. Transplanting Seedlings are best transplanted in the cooler part of the day, preferably in the late afternoon. When you transplant seedlings grown in a seedbed or seed box, water them well a few hours before transplanting so that soil will cling to their roots. Transport seedlings to a well ...
www2.dpi.qld.gov.au

Open Directory - Business: Agriculture and Forestry: Horticulture: Ornamentals: Trees and Shrubs
... native tree seedlings for farms, plantations, land rehabilitation. Webster Nursery - North Carolina grower providing nurseries and landscapers with coniferous and hardwood trees in seedling, transplant, understock, and mature forms. Western Maine Nurseries - Suppliers of hardy evergreen seedlings and transplants including over 300 varieties of ...
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