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Flinter
Apr 9, 2015 1:03 AM CST
Name: Flinter
The Netherlands
RedLeopard wrote:
Hey, Flinter!

The Blue Daisy seed I got from you have sprouted and are doing well!

As Alana mentioned, the spots don't really show up until you have true leaves that are a little larger.

You also mentioned that one of the seeds produced two seedlings. Looks to me like at least a couple have done so. I'm glad you mentioned it, as in the photo I posted above, I said there were six seedlings, but actually it was from three seed.

I had pre-soaked and sowed four seed, three of which were heavy and sank immediately, the forth was a floater that was still floating the next day. As expected, only three seed sprouted, but all three were bi-embryonic. Thumbs up

So, only three seed and the pot is already looking over-full! I wasn't expecting the side branches, and had been considering, when I first installed them into the large patio pot, what I would put around them for filler. Guess I won't need to worry about that any more! Hilarious!




I am glad to hear the blue Daisy germinated well.

I think you are right about the spots and the leaves. I will wait and see. Yesterday i put some of the seedlings of the Cerinthe in my garden. We didnt have a real winter in The Netherlands. I hope we dont get any frost anymore before summer.

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