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Searcy, AR
(Zone 7b)

April 19, 2011
9:21 AM

Post #8506403

I planted lots of nasturtium seeds on 4/08 and they still are not coming up . I soaked them the night before and then planted . I covered them every rain ( because kind of on a slope ) and watered every day because they are in full sun. Still nothing !! So should i wait longer or replant ? I am in zone 7
Lambertville, NJ
(Zone 6a)

April 19, 2011
10:36 AM

Post #8506556

Regina - I planted nasturtium around April 9 or 10 and just started getting sprouts a couple of days ago. The only difference is that mine are in a greenhouse. I'm wondering if your soil is just not warm enough? Just a thought. Also, I did not soak mine before planting.

Hope you see sprouts soon!

(Zone 10a)

April 24, 2011
10:28 PM

Post #8518779

I also sowed nasturtiums about the same time and they just recently came up. If soil is still not that warm, it seems to take longer than what it says on the package. I also soaked them. Let us know in a week if you see some seedlings!


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