I have four meconopsis lingholm seedlings which have germinated and been repotted, and two are now dying. When they germinated I was absolutely delighted and had read as soon as they developed their true leaves (no matter how small) they need to be repotted. So I did: I put it in small pots with ericacious compost mixed with vermiculite and then covered them with gravel. I then have kept them on my kitchen window sill (north-facing) and watered when they are dry. But unfortunately, the leaves of two plants are going grey and the new growth has now shrivelled up. Should I be keeping them outside? Am I overwatering? I know that they tend to like the shade, but are they not getting enough sun? I don't know what to do - I would be most grateful for any advice as I don't want to lose the rest of them and if at all possible, save the two that seem to be dying.
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