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Anthemis from seed-painfully slow to make progress after germination

young codgeryoung codger Posts: 529
A month ago I sowed a packet of Amthemis Tinctoria Kelwayi seeds.

 They did not take long to germinate. Very tiny seedings when they emerged-like the thinness of a hair.

When they grew a pair of leaves, I potted each one on in to tiny pots. Still in these pots as per the photo.

 They just seem to be painfully slow. I have given them some 'seedling strength'  Phostrogen. I am cautious though. I don't want to mess things up.

I went past the house a few days ago, where I had orginally been  inspired by the plant that Pete.8 identified from the photo I took as an Amthemis-a year ago! (Thank you Pete). Obviously  I have dragged my heels somewhat.

I should have bought a couple of established plants back then.

Has anyone grown these from seed, and how long was it before they were large enough to plant in the garden?



  • young codgeryoung codger Posts: 529
    All the pots are exactly the same size. The phone camera angle depicts otherwise.
  • Mary370Mary370 Posts: 2,003
    Everything has slowed down due to the huge difference between the day and nighttime temperature...... Should start by growing away now night time temperature has risen.....
  • young codgeryoung codger Posts: 529
    I didn't know that Mary. 
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