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How to save my livingstone daisy seedlings please?

msqingxiaomsqingxiao North LondonPosts: 274
Have to admit this is my first time trying to grow stuff from seeds, so not sure about the timing of thinning/transplanting. Today I tried to transplant some of my livingstone daisy seedlings and immediately realised that they've become leggy and can't stand on their own once transplanted. Wonder if there's still a way to save them please?


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  • I don't think you need to do anything, they tend to form mats rather than growing upright. They don't look leggy either - some of the roots are sticking out of the soil, which often happens and is nothing to worry about, but the top growth is normal. 
  • JacquimcmahonJacquimcmahon Paris FrancePosts: 726
    They look fine, you are going to have a lot of plants!
  • msqingxiaomsqingxiao North LondonPosts: 274
    I don't think you need to do anything, they tend to form mats rather than growing upright. They don't look leggy either - some of the roots are sticking out of the soil, which often happens and is nothing to worry about, but the top growth is normal. 
    They look fine, you are going to have a lot of plants!
    Thank you both! What a relief to learn that :smiley:
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