Viewing post #1132803 by RedLeopard

You are viewing a single post made by RedLeopard in the thread called Spring is arriving!!.
Apr 13, 2015 7:58 AM CST
Name: Ron
Naples, FL
Brenda, I'd go ahead and plant all three. 99.99% probability, I think, that only the one will sprout, but as Star mentioned, sometimes good seed will float. I don't think that is very often true for a thick, dense seed like these Cerinthe, where good seed typically sink. But just in case...

I wouldn't give them their own pot, just plant them at the edge of the pot with the one. If by chance one or both do sprout, they transplant easily.

« Return to the thread "Spring is arriving!!"
« Return to Cottage Gardening forum
« Return to the Ella's Garden cubit homepage

Ella's Garden

Ella's Garden isn't just about gardening. We're a diverse community of individuals, coming together to enrich the personal, business, hobbies, lifestyles, and horizons of all community members. You'll find forums for shopping & selling too!

» Home
» Forums
» Articles
» Database

Cubit owner: starlight1153

Admin team:

» Contact the admins

Plant of the Week

Want to learn more? Click on the picture.

(Please remember to be polite and avoid heated conversations about controversial subjects.)