So, much trailed and with much excitement on my part, my heated propagator arrived last week and yesterday I was able to put it to use.
It has six small trays which sit on top of a longer heated tray which, according to the instructions, raises the temperature of the soil by about 8 degrees.
This is a very long post so without further ado, here goes:
So, there you have it. I have planted four trays of chillis and three trays with different flowering plants in them.
Fingers crossed this works and I get some good germination from all these seeds. Due to limited space I am not going to be growing that many of each plant this year so if I am unlucky I could end up with very little happening.
Finally in this post, I'm a little concerned that the potting material in the coriander pot is rubbish as the plant, which has grown well, is starting to look a little limp. I think I may have to do something about that and put them into a new container or two, with the better quality compost designed for helping seedlings get going.
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