Latest seedling updates from the exciting plant village of Growlightia!
Some of the Brugmansia leaves have a white colour, is this normal? I know I should remove the seed shell on the third one but I'm afraid of hurting it (of course it looks really really sad). When should I move them to their own pots? It's been about 23 days since sowing.
EDIT: I felt bad and performed emergency open seed surgery. It's in stable condition but there was some damage to the surrounding tissue. Nelly will probably pull through but any and all support is greatly appreciated.
I've never grown Leeks before. The germination rate seems to be in excess of 85% so far. Should I thin them to one per cell or is it fine to grow a few together?
Everyone want to call this 'Purple Spinach' but it's not related to spinach and that really bothers me. It should be called Purple Orach so that is how I will refer to it. I'm going to plant the seeds outside in the spring but was really curious about them so started a few early.
I thought they were unhealthily lanky but I searched for some images of seedlings and the few that I saw looked like this. Really odd. I'll keep an eye on them but I'm less concerned. All the seeds sprouted but one is green. I secretly hate that one.
Here are the Tiny Tim Tomatoes at about 3 weeks old. I've removed three or four seedlings already. I'll probably end up leaving three plants in the pot. One of them decided to be yellowy-white. Could this be a light or fertilizer thing? I'm must wondering because of the Brugmansia. I put a garlic clove in the middle because... *cough*
Supposedly I'll get the first fruit in three weeks. I think I need to step up the fertilizer and maybe toss in some more dirt so they can form more roots.