Author: Beginning Gardening by Trial and Error

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One of the Marigold seeds from last year has just sprouted this morning, can’t wait to see what colors they turn out to be!

If you look *real* close…

If you look *real* close…

genderdeath:speaking of which, i hope all of m…

genderdeath:

speaking of which, i hope all of my mutuals know that you can go on down to the hardware store and just buy a big ol bag of dried blood

Oh hey, that reminds me I need a bag of this and one of bone meal to prepare my next raised bed if I’m going to get the mixture right in time to beat the next killing frost.

Got a miniature rose bush a few weeks ago, and…

Got a miniature rose bush a few weeks ago, and it’s bud is finally opening up!

Just a few new acquisitions.

Just a few new acquisitions.

Just a few new acquisitions.

Just a few new acquisitions.

positive-memes: a wholesome twist

positive-memes:

a wholesome twist

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cannibalcoalition:

The way you get succulents to bud is basically you have to convince them that they’re dying so they’ll propagate.

Its necroplantcy. 

Viola experiment in the corner of a window, ju…

Viola experiment in the corner of a window, just starting to produce it’s first flower on a rainy morning.

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Sown: 2/27/18

Sweet Peppers:

Miniature Chocolate Bell

Miniature Sweet Peppers blend from Mary

Hot Peppers

Anaheim

Serrano Tampiqueno

Sage

Scarlet

Blue

These are in plastic deep cells from the hardware store and in a professional seed starting mix, under grow lights and on a heat mat. Two cells per variety, and two seeds per cell for four chances at an adult plant. This is the first of the pre-planned plantings according to the spreadsheet.

Edit: Formatting issues from posting from mobile, that should look a bit better.