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Pink Muhly Grass from Seeds

Posted by echinaceamaniac 7 (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 22, 10 at 15:38

My Muhlenbergia capillaris seeds have come up, but they are so tiny. They look like little green hairs. Any tips on growing these things from such tiny plants would be greatly appreciated. They don't seem to be growing very quickly at all. Thanks!

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RE: Pink Muhly Grass from Seeds

  • Posted by donn_ 7b, GSB, LI, NY (My Page) on
    Sat, Mar 13, 10 at 19:11

How are they now? Presumably, you were growing them indoors when you posted this question. I would expect they are still inside, and waiting to be transplanted outdoors when conditions are appropriate.

RE: Pink Muhly Grass from Seeds

I still have them indoors. They have more leaves, but still small. I think I will plant them in about two weeks. I'll give them more time to get stronger first. We could still have a frost here and I don't want to chance it.

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