Buzzy bag div Cut flowers

1,59

Buzzy bag div Cut flowers

1,59

seed box at approximately 20 ºC indoors or in a heated hobby greenhouse. The sowing soil should not be too dry, but certainly not too wet. With a plant sprayer, the soil can be gradually moistened. After the soil is well pressed and flattened, the seed can be distributed over the tray. Very fine seed is not covered with soil (so-called light germinations), but moistened again with the plant sprayer. The seed is then well fixed. We do cover some coarser seed with a very thin layer of sharp sand. Then the plastic cover or glass plate goes on the seed box. During the germination process, the soil must remain moist. As soon as the young plants emerge, we open the hood, or glass plate, ajar. After a week, the hood can be completely removed. The plants will then already grow close to each other. Only when they start to hinder each other in their growth, they become ‘weaned’. This means that they are further apart, divided over more containers or by placing each plant in its own breeding container. If the young plants are a bit larger, good in the leaves and firm in stem, they can definitely go outside. But they have to get used to the outside temperature in the last days, before they finally go outside. Therefore, during those last days, put them outside during the day and bring them back into the house in the evening, before it cools down. Detailed instructions can be found on the packaging.

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seed box at approximately 20 ºC indoors or in a heated hobby greenhouse. The sowing soil should not be too dry, but certainly not too wet. With a plant sprayer, the soil can be gradually moistened. After the soil is well pressed and flattened, the seed can be distributed over the tray. Very fine seed is not covered with soil (so-called light germinations), but moistened again with the plant sprayer. The seed is then well fixed. We do cover some coarser seed with a very thin layer of sharp sand. Then the plastic cover or glass plate goes on the seed box. During the germination process, the soil must remain moist. As soon as the young plants emerge, we open the hood, or glass plate, ajar. After a week, the hood can be completely removed. The plants will then already grow close to each other. Only when they start to hinder each other in their growth, they become ‘weaned’. This means that they are further apart, divided over more containers or by placing each plant in its own breeding container. If the young plants are a bit larger, good in the leaves and firm in stem, they can definitely go outside. But they have to get used to the outside temperature in the last days, before they finally go outside. Therefore, during those last days, put them outside during the day and bring them back into the house in the evening, before it cools down. Detailed instructions can be found on the packaging.

Additional information

Weight 0,0300 kg
USDA zone

Zone 11: >+4.4 degrees

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