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Something sprouted

Sunday, 08 Apr 12 Rainy 8°C / 46°F

I was impatient and sowed other seeds on top of the tomato seeds because they did not sprout within 11 days. Now something has sprouted in these pots and I do not know what…. Hopfully, at least one tomato !

Yes, finally a tomato sprout! The other sprouts are two marigolds and one dragon’s head.

Photo: the big sprout on the left is a tomato, the small one on the right is a marigold

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Day 3

Dragon's Head

Dracocephalum moldavica


One sprout in the green pot.

Day 3

Marigold 'Orange Gem'

Tagetes tenuifolia


Two sprouts (one in the pot with the tomato, a second in another pot.)

Day 14

Tomato 'Green Zebra'

Solanum lycopersicum


One sprout (out of ca. 10 seeds sown)

Indoor Seed Starting garden


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