Questions regarding seedlings

Peter Taggart
Thu, 26 Apr 2012 00:53:18 PDT
A little bit of netting or a twig should do for the first year. as Alberto
says, keep the root ball intact with minimum disturbance for the first
Seedling bulbs are better not re potted too soon, if their roots are
entangled grow them as a clump, transfer the whole clump to a bigger pot if
Separating them will damage the root hairs which will slow their growth and
can cause premature dormancy.
Peter (UK)

On Thu, Apr 26, 2012 at 12:36 AM, Sujit Hart <> wrote:

> Any suggestion for trellis for Tropaeolum pentaphyllum seedling? Shall I
> transfer them into the ground?
> > . Tropaeoleum pentaphyllum wants to be cool.
> > > 1. Habranthus tubispathus: 10 germinated and cluster in the center of
> the
> > > pot, should I divide them and if so when?
> > >

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