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Young perennials/seedtrays in or out of greenhouse?



  • ive never grown delphiniums before my first time some seedlings died but i have about 7 in pots in green house,a few do not look strong enough to plant out now the winter is coming will they be ok in the green house till the spring?

  • LynLyn Posts: 21,331

    They will be perfect in the greenhouse, in fact its so cold here tonight, OH suspected a frost.

    Tomorrow I am collecting up mine and popping them in a plas

    tic greenhouse, I can leave the zips open for air flow, but protected. Its a bit soon to be doing this, but the farmers are flat out getting grain in, they must know something!

    Gardening on the wild, windy west side of Dartmoor. 

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     way back in march i was just about to throw a pototoe in the bin when i stoped and stood there it wanted to live so i took it to my mums and planted it in the garden on wed we dug it up to find these my first time at growing potatoes im happy see what they taste like tomorrow to

  • Thank you Lyn ill take a pic of the Delphiniums tomorrow

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  • ElusiveElusive Posts: 992

    They look fine image

    Although I would remove all those weed seedlings as they are competing for moisture and nutrients from the soil 

  • Ive repotted them today into bigger pots than the ones they were in there i was careful not to disturb the roots and just put garden soil into the bigger pots and then wet soil and gently tipped them out keeping the soil in pots and puting them into the bigger pots and then soil around them theres a foxglove in there somewhere i noticed that there seems to be two delphiniums that look diferent same delphinium leave but diferent vet they came from the one packet of seed white delphinium ?

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