Volunteer seedlings potted up -- now what?

arlenebMay 2, 2006

I'm new to hellebores so have newbie questions!

Someone just gave me several shovels-full of volunteer seedlings from under her plants. I potted them in paper pots -- all 48 of them!! -- and need advice on what to do next. Should I put the flats outside in a shady area or in my plant room under my seedling lights for a while till they seem to have recovered from their shock and are growing? Or something else?

This was sort of a spur of the moment thing so I haven't had a chance to read through this board -- will do so later tonight! If my question has already been answered, my apologies!

Thanks . . .

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morz8(Washington Coast Z8b)

Our zones are very different and likely our weather, but if they've been outside, I'd leave them outside. Put them someplace protected from wind and sun, keep them moist.

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