Not sure what to do with this, one of the other 5 seeds sown at the same time has just started to make an appearance and the others are keeping a low profile. I think it probably needed a lot more light so I’ve moved them now.
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I’m very curious about what you’ve planted them in. They look like chocolates!
They are little pellets that you put in warm water so they expand. Once the seed has germinated and is ready for potting on, it can just go in whole, no need to remove it. I haven’t used them before, jury is still out at the moment but I’ll see how my peppers and nasturtiums do… 🙂
Curious things. They look handy.
Can you plant in deep into a pot and pot in outside at least during the day to get more light?
Thanks, I’m giving that a try 🙂 It is now on the kitchen windowsill after being out in the sunshine yesterday morning – couple of the others are popping up now so I’ll do the same with them.