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Seed Germination: When to prick out new delphinium seedlings?

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grrrnthumb
Marysville, WA
(Zone 8a)

March 9, 2007
1:39 AM

Post #3262673

I have 3 small trays loaded with tiny 1/2" tall delpinium seedlings from seed I got through Dowdeswell's in New Zealand. Right now they just have their 2 seed leaves, but the trays are shallow so I want to transplant them as early as possible. I thought I remember that delphiniums were difficult to transplant & wondered if it might be easier earlier or a little later. Any thoughts?
Many thanks for your replies.
gemini_sage
Winchester, KY
(Zone 6a)

March 11, 2007
12:29 PM

Post #3270134

I think I'd wait till you can see true leaves starting to appear; usually they can take handling better when they've toughened up a bit. If you are good with intricate tasks they should be fine to transplant any time.
JodyC
Palmyra, IL
(Zone 5b)

March 15, 2007
3:59 AM

Post #3283037

gemnisage...is totally correct...I just plucked some fuchsia seeds day before yesterday and they were way to young with only one set of leaves...I have lost half of them already...:-(

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