lucymartin36 Posts: 37
I have struggled this year with the changeable weather raising flower plants from seed. I have a propergator in the conservatory so germination is ok but when I pot them on and put them outside their survival rate is poor. They seem to wilt very quickly and I was wondering if they were getting too wet. I don't have a greenhouse so put them near a wall of the house where it is sheltered .I was wondering whether it would be worth buying a moisture meter so that I can regulate the amount of water I give them as I think this could be the problem. In previous years I had a greenhouse and raised many annuals and perennials with much success. Having moved house and foolishly left my lovely greenhouse behind I am struggling to stock my new flowerbeds. What do you think?