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Calla Lily sprouts

Posted by MrBlubs 3a (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 6, 14 at 22:52

So I saved the seeds from my calla l illies and kept them through the winter...
I found them a couple weeks ago and decided to chuck the seeds in this little green house thing. Well I didn't expect anything but a couple of them sprouted. Which was a nice surprise. Anyway The started to out grow the green house thing and I don't know what to do with them. Do I just replant then in other little pots?


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RE: Calla Lily sprouts

You can plant them in other pots until they are bigger or you can transfer them to your garden with some additional protection. I mention this part because although my local slugs with a shell (forgot their common name) are not supposed to be eating live plant seedlings (only dead plant material), I seem to be losing several seedlings that I had been watching while they start and grow directly in the garden.

I can't say it's those slugs for sure but something out there, is still eating the live plants, and I've seen slugs hanging around!


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