My Key Limes were neglected, died & new seeds planted.
Monday, 03 Oct 11 Rainy 29°C / 85°F
My Key Limes plants were neglected for about a week and since they were planted in small peat pots, didn’t get watered and were in the blaring sun, they died. I don’t think I’ll plant any more tree seedlings in peat pots again, since they dry out so easily. I remembered that I had some key limes that I threw in the compost heap, so I found one that was starting to decompose, so I harvested the seeds & planted some of them. Lets see what happens.
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