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First of the cabbage, kholrabi, and carrots were saying, "It is time."
So I complied.
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Why would lettuces from seeds stop growing.

Why would the spinach stop growing when I put it outside.

Come on guys help me out. The basil seeds did nothing as well.

The only successes I've had this year from from seeds so far is tumbling toms, borlotti beans and dill.
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(06-11-2018, 06:39 PM)Guest Wrote: Why would lettuces from seeds stop growing.

Why would the spinach stop growing when I put it outside.

Come on guys help me out. The basil seeds did nothing as well.

The only successes I've had this year from from seeds so far is tumbling toms, borlotti beans and dill.

Good idea to acclimate them in their pots for at least a couple days before transplanting, otherwise, has it been a big temperature difference? Did you soak them good after transplanting?
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(06-11-2018, 07:15 PM)bigD111 Wrote:
(06-11-2018, 06:39 PM)Guest Wrote: Why would lettuces from seeds stop growing.

Why would the spinach stop growing when I put it outside.

Come on guys help me out. The basil seeds did nothing as well.

The only successes I've had this year from from seeds so far is tumbling toms, borlotti beans and dill.

Good idea to acclimate them in their pots for at least a couple days before transplanting, otherwise, has it been a big temperature difference?  Did you soak them good after transplanting?

I didn't acclimatise them, so that must be it.

Although the lettuce and basil seeds I put them outside from the beginning.

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(06-11-2018, 09:15 AM)Pure Rock Fury Wrote: Oh boy!!!!![Image: AMQ07LO.jpg]
First of the cabbage, kholrabi, and carrots were saying, "It is time."
So I complied.
@ChillBro
@Frigg

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(06-09-2018, 08:38 PM)Guest Wrote:
(06-09-2018, 08:19 PM)SlowLoris Wrote: I gave my beans, sunflowers to climb. They seem to like each other just fine.

I gave the peppers each a sunflower to help them survive the brutal summer sun. They too, are getting along beautifully.

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Great idea

Heartflowers

fucking genius idea
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(06-12-2018, 04:12 AM)Winter Steelheader Wrote:
(06-09-2018, 08:38 PM)Guest Wrote:
(06-09-2018, 08:19 PM)SlowLoris Wrote: I gave my beans, sunflowers to climb. They seem to like each other just fine.

I gave the peppers each a sunflower to help them survive the brutal summer sun. They too, are getting along beautifully.

[Image: N4vPZfw.jpg]

Great idea

Heartflowers

fucking genius idea

You may want to check out the "three sisters" growing method. It is an old America Indian technique.
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Is it too late to put sunflower seeds in.

I've got flowers on one of my cougettes.
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BLAM! Round one done. [Image: 3ogCr83.jpg]
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