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bookreader451 wrote:
I keep my delphinium seeds in the freezer and then sow. I have an entire flat of 72 growing and more belladonna type in another flat. I just pop them in jiffy peat pots and alternate them between the cool basement and the warmer upstairs. I also have lupine and penstamon going. No nicking or soaking or peroxide solution. just putting into the peat pots then under lights when they sprout. I think the more you fuss with them worse the results. If things don't come up right away be patient. This is the lupine and penstamon this morning.

This message was edited May 10, 2011 3:04 PM

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