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  • Aunty Social
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    Welcome, Beggo/Shane!

    My husband would probably be annoyed by all the windowsills crammed with my plant trays but he prefers it to my earlier hobby, beads, which he used to step on with bare feet in the middle of the night.

    Good luck with all your babies, happy growing

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  • veggiechicken
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    Give them as much light as possible. You can replant up to the seed leaves if that helps.

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  • beggo
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    Thanks

    Thank you for the warm welcome. Being a bit crackers myself means I might fit in here lol.

    Just a bit worried at moment as I might of got excited a bit and planted some seeds far to early. Got a few leggy cucumbers and courgettes is it wrong to repot leggy seedlings before they get their first set of proper leaves.

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  • Lumpy
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    Hello from me as well.

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  • jackarmy
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    Shimai shane

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  • Chrissyteacup
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    Hi and a warm welcome to the vine!

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  • mothhawk
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    Hi, beggo, welcome to the vine

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  • Bren In Pots
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    Hello and welcome to the vine

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  • Mudsweatandtea
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    Hi there

    Fellow newbie to the forum and container gardener here. Everyone seems very friendly and helpful. See you around 🙂

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  • Baldy
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    Welcome along...

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  • Mr Bones
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    Hello and welcome to the Vine

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    Hi and welcome to the vine

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  • nickdub
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    Best advice to begin with is to grow what you like to eat.

    I'd also make a case for soft fruit like blackcurrants or loganberries. Once they get going they need very little attention and obviously the price of the fruit itself is quite high in the shop. Also once you have one plant its generally pretty easy to propagate a lot more, so you can grow as many as you want without extra expense. If you're interested keep an eye on places like Morrisons, as they often have them for about 2 each at this time of year.

    Happy Gardening

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  • Snoop Puss
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    Hello and welcome to the Vine, beggo. Best wishes for a great growing year in your new home.

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  • Greenleaves
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    Welcome to the vine, enjoy the benefits of the advice and humour

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