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hello everyone can anyone please advise me of the best way to propagate hydranegas. many thanks in advance Johnny thank you for all your help From
I have just cut the seed heads off my agapanthus. Don't know the name of it but it has white flowers. I just wondered if it was worth potting up some of the seeds and if so what is the timescale to flowing from potential new plants. Here you go-you might see something in 2 years ...
Not sure what you are asking Wendybut these work fine indoors-and in the greenhouse at the right time- the heat from the house is usually enough for most seeds. Not everything needs heat to germinate in any case I use them, keeps a moist atmosphere til seeds germinate. I don't h...
I am using a heated propogator in a green house with mixed results.Am I over heating the seeds ? Delboy2 You need to monitor the temperature in the propagator,I normally keep the lid off during the day.Also you need to watch the seed trays do
I believe you can propagate watercress from shop bought stuff and have placed some stems in water where they have rooted. What do I do with them now does anyone know? o I pot them up in compost or leave in the water? I would be grateful for any
I have read about sewing directly into soil and leaving undisturbed for a few years & the 90 days in fridge, 90 days in heat methods. Has anyone been successful in growing from gathered ripe seed and if so how long before the new plant flowered.
The heating of soil or propagation medium for the propagation/germination of plants. It can take the form of undersoil electric cabling, a temperature-controlled mat or other bottom heating unit.
A shoot or plantlet produced at the base of a mature plant, which may be used for propagation.
An immature or small bulb found at the base of a mature bulb that may be removed to propagate additional plants.