Posted: 20/04/2013 at 11:44
So much depends upon what you sowed, in what, what size seeds, whether the weather has been light or dull - that can really be a 'how long is a eice of string' question. Germination takes as long as it does! Some primulas can take up to 2 years, some annuals 3 days, wait - if the seeds were viable they will germinate in their own sweet time, if they are slightly warm (too much warmth stops them), dampened (not wet), & there is light - nature will get on with her job when she feels like it. Enjoy when they do come through. Not to depress you, but sometimes you do get seeds that just don't, I find sweet peas can be funny - sow 4 types, 3 come and the 4th not - there's no accounting for it - that's the joy of gardening!