I am new to gardening in a greenhouse and I would like to start lettuce and tomatoes in a soilless medium but I really don’t understand what a soilless medium is or how to go about making the soilless medium.
When a seed pod on the stem from a living plant (not yet dried out, that is the plant!) is taken and dried out, are these seeds able to produce seedlings/plants? Or do I need to wait until the plant is completely dried out (dead) from these seeds to produce?
What is the warmest the soil can be for seeds?
Is it too late to put seeds in for sprouts this winter?
I planted my garden for the third year with the same seeds bought 2 or 3 years ago. Every single seed I planted, bi-colored corn, green beans, snow peas, cucumbers and green onion was the same as the 2 previous years with one exception. I added a fertilizer/weed killer to the soil. I was expecting a good year since this was the third year of planting. To my surprise, not one single seed sprouted. Were they too old? I’ve never seen anything like it before. Please help.
I have a lot of seeds, mostly flower ones. Should I plant them in fall or wait till spring? Will they be ok or are they too old to grow?
What is the correct way to plant a peach seed? I’m in east Tenn.
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