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What flowers can be planted with marigolds?
Here are a few ideas to help you decide what to plant with marigolds:
- Dusty miller.
- Gerbera daisies.
Do rosemary and lavender grow well together?
Can rosemary and lavender be planted together? Yes. Both rosemary and lavender are Mediterranean herbs that require similar conditions for both sun and watering.
Do lavender plants spread?
How much is it likely to spread? Lavender is a small shrub that usually grows 20 to 24 inches tall and wide. The height includes the flower stalks, so when not in bloom, the foliage may be only a foot tall. The plant does not spread as thyme, oregano, and other herbs tend to.
Can you self seed lavender?
However, heritage varieties of vegetable may self-seed, or it's worth keeping the seed. Similarly some garden flowers don't come true from seed. My lavender self-seeds but I have been warned by the grower I bought it off that it won't come true. He advised me to take cuttings rather than rely on self-seeders.
Can you grow lavender from dried buds?
Lavender seeds need a cold period (aka cold stratifying) in order to grow, so you should refrigerate them for a few months before planting. Once they're dry, lavender seeds can be stored in plastic containers (film canisters work great!), a paper bag, or in small envelopes. ... Learn how to grow lavender seeds here.
What is the best time of year to plant lavender?
Can I plant lavender seeds directly in the ground?
Lavender can be sown indoors in late winter or outdoors in early spring or late fall. Wherever it is sown, it will germinate in about 15 to 20 days. Indoors, place one seed in each bio sponge of your Bio Dome or, if you are using a seed flat, on top of the starting medium (the seeds need light to germinate).
Should I soak lavender seeds before planting?
Keep the seeds moist but not overly wet. A sunny spot is a great location to keep the soil from getting too wet and to add warmth. Your lavender seedlings will be ready to transplant once they have several leaves per plant.
Do you soak lavender seeds before planting?
Lightly water the seeds. Keep the growing medium moist, but not damp, and water the seeds in the morning so that the soil can dry some before evening hits. Soil that is too damp and cool will invite fungus to grow, and fungus will destroy your seeds.
Do I need to soak seeds before planting?
It is recommended that you only soak most seeds for 12 to 24 hours and no more than 48 hours. ... After soaking your seeds, they can be planted as directed. The benefit of soaking seeds before planting is that your germination time will be reduced, which means you can have happy, growing plants faster.
Should seeds float or sink?
Take the seeds and place them in a container of water. Let the seeds sit for 15 minutes. If the seeds sink, they are still viable; if they float, discard, because they probably will not sprout.
Can you plant flower seeds directly into the ground?
Growing seeds indoors is one way of starting your garden. Another option is to tuck seeds directly into soil outdoors. ... Even so, many vegetables, annuals, herbs and perennials sprout easily from seed sown directly into garden soil.
How do you speed up germination?
One easy way to make seeds germinate faster is to presoak them for 24 hours in a shallow container filled with hot tap water. Water will penetrate the seed coat and cause the embryos inside to plump up. Don't soak them for longer than 24 hours because they could rot. Plant the seeds immediately in moist soil.
Which plant will grow in 3 days?
Sweet alyssum, celosia, cornflower or bachelor button, marigold, cosmos, zinnias, sunflowers, morning glories and nasturtiums. We planted some sunflower seeds outside but they didn't sprout for two weeks – although we did have a couple of unexpected cold days during that time that may have delayed them.
Is light needed for germination?
All seeds need water, oxygen, and proper temperature in order to germinate. Some seeds require proper light also. Some germinate better in full light while others require darkness to germinate. When a seed is exposed to the proper conditions, water and oxygen are taken in through the seed coat.
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