Whom Has Started Planting Seeds??

Discuss greenhouses and general propagating topics. For propagating a specific type of plant, post in that specific plant forum.

Moderator: Chris_W

Whom Has Started Planting Seeds??

Postby kHT » Jan 23, 2008 4:57 pm

What ya planting?? :wink:

So far I have 500 Daturas, 250 Brugmansia, I lost count of the Brugmansia and Clematis cuttings. Then there is the Clematis, Hellebores, oh no I forgot what was on that list already. Back to the dirt!! :wink:
karma 'Happy Toes' (kHT)
The Goddess is Alive and Magic is Afoot!!!!
I'm just a simple housewife.
User avatar
kHT
 
Posts: 10323
Joined: Oct 31, 2001 7:00 pm
Location: PNW, some where over the rainbow?
USDA Zone: 7-8 Z-nial

Whom Has Started Planting Seeds??

Sponsor

Sponsor
 

Re: Whom Has Started Planting Seeds??

Postby LucyGoose » Jan 23, 2008 6:13 pm

karma_Happy_Toes wrote:What ya planting?? :wink:


I have not planted one seed....yet.... :oops:
User avatar
LucyGoose
 
Posts: 17688
Joined: Nov 14, 2001 7:00 pm
Location: Zone 5, Northwest Indiana

Postby whitewater176 » Jan 23, 2008 6:50 pm

Have lots of hostas going, some calla lily seed, brug seeds ,brug cuttings,passi cuttings,celery,onions, rhubarb, asparagus, hibiscus, oh heck i hope thats all of it.
Deb
User avatar
whitewater176
 
Posts: 173
Joined: Oct 13, 2003 10:03 pm
Location: iowa

Postby largosmom » Jan 23, 2008 7:52 pm

Lots of hosta seeds and I'm attempting brug cuttings (not great results so far), and a begonia cutting or two. I've got more to plant once I figure out more about their nature. I got seeds in a plant swap, and couldn't say no...but I don't plant invasive things and can't tell what is what!

Laura
User avatar
largosmom
 
Posts: 761
Joined: Apr 03, 2006 9:58 pm
Location: Southern VA

Postby eastwood2007 » Jan 24, 2008 12:03 am

Seeds, seeds, glorious seeds! So grateful for them this time of year!

I have hosta seeds planted - lots of them. I also got some daylily seeds from Sharon's fundraiser offer and will start those next week. Then on to other perennials soon after that! Have to check what I have in the crisper!
Charla
Latitude 38.57N; Longitude -94.89W (Elev. 886 ft.)
eastwood2007
 
Posts: 3517
Joined: Jan 25, 2007 11:51 am
Location: kansas, usa zone 5b

Postby KellieD » Jan 25, 2008 8:22 pm

First I have to put up a new greenhouse! My DH informed me that my old one was way too small for me (8'x10') and that this one should be a little bigger. (10' x 20') :o

Lucky me!!
KellieD
 
Posts: 1768
Joined: Oct 29, 2001 7:00 pm
Location: Western Washington

Postby kHT » Jan 26, 2008 10:13 am

KellieD, that is great news I hope? I was eyeing the one on CL that had 2,000 square feet and when I showed DH, he just :roll: so I guess I'll stick with all the seeds on the formal diningroom table as there is no room in the GHs. You will have to share photos when you get it up and running. How is everything else going?
karma 'Happy Toes' (kHT)
The Goddess is Alive and Magic is Afoot!!!!
I'm just a simple housewife.
User avatar
kHT
 
Posts: 10323
Joined: Oct 31, 2001 7:00 pm
Location: PNW, some where over the rainbow?
USDA Zone: 7-8 Z-nial

I decided to actually do seeds in a big way this spring

Postby DryGulch » Jan 27, 2008 11:32 am

I usually just plant some perennial seeds in the early spring for thenext year, but this year I brought in quite a few of my more unusual annual plants from the garden and will be doing massive amounts of cuttings to bed out.

I built a 4 tier seed starting rack based on one I saw in Fine Gardening (online).

I have some daylilies started sitting in my window sills, but am going to get the lights all hooked up on my rack in the next weeks.

I was at a Jung's outlet and bought the variety packs of heirloom tomatoes and baby cabbage.

I am also doing some sedum cuttings of this one that is small, blue, and bumpy and only about 1" tall for a friend to plant out around her flagstone in her patio.

I figure my rack is big enough to do 16 flats+ a few pots of stuff.

I am going all out. I have even been thinking of doing some lettuce and radishes as an indoor crop when I have room simply because of the cost of fresh veggies here in the frozen WI tundra. With the snow we have gotten I think the ground will be free of snow about June 10th!!

:eek:
DryGulch
 
Posts: 278
Joined: Feb 24, 2005 12:02 pm
Location: central Wisconsin, zone 5a/4b

Re: Whom Has Started Planting Seeds??

Postby putnamgardens » Apr 04, 2009 8:03 am

A week ago, I started gourds and nastursiums. I have alot more seeds to start but it's not heating up enough to leave in the greenhouse. I'm looking forward to spring. Later, Love, Lisa
You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.
Have I mentioned lately that my drinking team has a hosta problem?
User avatar
putnamgardens
 
Posts: 1800
Joined: Oct 21, 2001 7:00 pm
Location: LISA in St. Paul's upper West side, MN

Re: Whom Has Started Planting Seeds??

Postby nanny_56 » Apr 05, 2009 6:34 pm

I have tomatoes and peppers going inside..

I Wintersow and so far I have Larkspur, slavia, agastache, 3 types of rudbeckias, cleome, Milkweed and zebra mallow started. Still have tender annuals to do yet and some herbs to attract butterflies.
Claudia
"When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest" - John Muir
User avatar
nanny_56
 
Posts: 3201
Joined: Jul 01, 2006 4:07 pm
Location: Putnam County, Indiana Lat. 39* 45' 54.2892" Long. -86* 41' 55.9284''
USDA Zone: 5b


Return to Greenhouse & Propagation Forum

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: CCbot crawler and 0 guests