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It has been known for seeds to be mixed up, I have a lovely delphinium amongst my echinacea seeds!
You shouldn't really feed plants or seedlings in the propagation stages, that's for big plants that may have outgrown the goodness in the compost they have been in for a while. Is this what you mean or have I misunderstood ?
Andrew have you muddled the labels up, this is Tiny Tim. And even these were a bit late going in, should be picking toms by now. Yours is a cordon type.
I dont know Susan. It only lasts a couple of days though, all the flowers have gone now.
Keep them well watered and nip out all the tops of the shoots, that will encourage growth fron the base.
Keep potting on Justin until you have a plant that fits a 5 or 6 inch potNo good putting tiny plants like that out, you will loose them. When they are a big potful, plant about 2ft apart? That will be next Spring.
To put a photo on here you have to click on the tree icon and follow instructions.
You cant do this from iphones though.
Beautiful ther Hefty, you haven worked hard and your flowers are stunning. I particularly like the delphinium.
Lovely runny beak, got to hand it to you, taking photo's standing on your head is definely your forte
Astilbe are flowering now and for the next month.
Sow some dahlia seeds next spring, they will star flowering now until October.
I wouldn't use them near the pond.