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    Default Seedling Picture Reference

    To help those new to growing please post your pictures of seedlings in this thread. It would help if there wasn't too much chat on the thread so that it becomes a reference rather than a chat thread.

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    OK I'll start although I'm sure others have better examples than mine !

    Yellow onion (Dorata di Parma) seedlings at 34 days old.
    Sweet Peas (Old Fashioned Mix) seedlings at 34 days old.

    All sown in modules on 24th January in ordinary garden centre compost and kept in an unheated greenhouse.

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    Cucumber Seedling
    Attachment 4490

    Dorset Naga Chilli seedling
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    Beetroot seedling
    Attachment 4492

    Cheers Chris

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    Dorset Naga Chilli seedling
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    Chris, they look like they're in a dollop of spinach growing out of scoops of coffee ice-cream!
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    Thats the only problem when using rock wool for planting seeds they get some form of algea on them, the coffee ice cream is clay pellets havent tasted them so cant say how they compare flavour wise though
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    Here are some Swede seedlings that are in need of thinning.
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    I love growing tomatoes.

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    ok first one Namenia, which is an oriental veg.
    then hot chili , chives , radish in the front and spinach tarpy in the background, and finally passiflora !
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    A mixed lot in the cold frame.

    Top left to right : Peter Peppers, Rio Fuego Nana tomatoes
    Centre left to right : Peter Peppers, Red Robin tomatoes
    Front 3 tubes - 'Hanoi Red' chillies
    Last edited by mcsee; 26-04-2008 at 03:03 AM. Reason: edit photo
    I love growing tomatoes.

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