The rain has been terrible here the past few days. Since Tuesday I have left the lids on all the containers. Today I removed the lids to check germination. The seeds that had already germinated had continued to grow and were quite healthy looking. The Delphinium ARGS SP seeds I had planted the 14th of […]
Archives for September 2003
Gardening in the shade can sometimes be challenging. Many of the plants that are available require at least some sun. So, what bulbs can one grow that will thrive in shade? Lycoris is one bulb that can easily be grown even in a woodland environment. Not only are these bulbs beautiful, they also come in […]
Today I decided that the Carnation Grenadin Black King had germinated enough to leave the lid completely off. Up until this point I had only briefly removed the lid making sure it was replaced at night and on any day that it was scheduled to rain. The Digitalis ‘Creme Cafe’ has began to germinate. It […]
This morning I noticed that the Purple Dragon Carrots had begun to germinate. I had planted the carrots six days ago. Also germinating was the Carnation Grenadin Black King which had been planted four days ago.
This morning I went outside and took the lids off all the seed trays except for the digitalis which is still inside the black plastic bag. I found that the Catalina Baby Leaf Spinach and the Falstaff Brussel Sprouts that I planted five days ago had begun to germinate. The lids will remain off the […]