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Author Topic: Sowing Meconopsis (Lingholm - fertile group)  (Read 3024 times)

Cgull49

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  • Rob Stuart
Sowing Meconopsis (Lingholm - fertile group)
« on: February 25, 2008, 05:07:12 PM »
I received some Meconopsis (Lingholm - fertile group) from the seed exchange this year and sowed them as soon as they arrived.  I've now got a couple of seeds that have germinated in the dark and I've moved them into the light for them to grow on.  Should I be picking out the seedlings and transplanting them to a new pot and put the seeds that haven't germinated back in the dark or should I just leave them altogther in the same pot in the light? 
Rob Stuart - Ottawa, Ontario Canada - z5

Hkind

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Re: Sowing Meconopsis (Lingholm - fertile group)
« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2008, 05:22:00 PM »
Rob,

'Lingholm' geminates without difficulties in light. I wouldn't transplant them until most seed have germinated. Just avoid temperatures above 15 degr C.

Good luck!
Hannelotte
Hannelotte in Sweden

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Cgull49

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Re: Sowing Meconopsis (Lingholm - fertile group)
« Reply #2 on: February 29, 2008, 05:52:07 PM »
Hannolette,

Thanks  for the advice.  I was away most of the week so I'll have to check them this evening when I get home.

Rob
Rob Stuart - Ottawa, Ontario Canada - z5

 


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