Spices

Discussion in 'Arid Dry Climate Only' started by Erica Sandoval, Mar 31, 2020.

  1. Erica Sandoval

    Erica Sandoval Member Premium Member

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    I started my spice garden in my window still about 4 days ago so I can move them out when it warms up. My concern is, would it be too cold on the sill for them to sprout? I want make sure they also get sun when they do peek up. Any tips here?

    *Somewhat of a beginner at this
     
  2. Mary Playford

    Mary Playford Well-Known Member Premium Member GOLD

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    It's warming up over there so they should be good to go. Your seeds need warmth to germinate and light to grow. A trick I use when trying to germinate seeds early is to pop a plastic bag over the seeds to create that greenhouse environment or put a card box over it and once germinated you take it off. Put outside but not in direct sunlight.
     
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  3. Erica Sandoval

    Erica Sandoval Member Premium Member

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    Thank you so much!
     

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