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Thinned the smaller plants

Tuesday, 13 Apr 10 Sunny 11°C / 52°F

I thinned/relocated some of the viola and lavender seedlings yesterday. They seemed to all want to stick together in one of the tiny sectioned pots while the other sections did not germinate, so I uprooted some of the seedlings and replanted them in other compartments of my little greenhouse. I was amazed that they seemed to just grow where I moved them to as long as I was able to keep the root on. I wonder if the others had too much water to grow. Here is a picture of a few of them.


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