Transplanting Question #2

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    Gayle
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    As I said I’m not quite ready to put transplanted seedlings in the GH. (Not trusting the weather just yet),  However, hopefully in a couple of weeks, things might be a little better.

    I hope to have hanging baskets this year with Schizanthus (I bought seeds for a type that will trails over the pots) & trailing vinca.  How about when I am ready to move seedlings to the GH I go ahead & plant these seedlings directly into the hanging pots & keep them in the GH till time to put outside?.  Good idea?  Bad Idea?


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    growingranny_va_z7
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    That is how I do it Gayle and although they take awhile to get bigger they usually are plenty big enough when it is time to put them outside.


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    Gayle
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    OK, glad to hear that.  It will save me some space, work & time.

    Thanks


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    plantdoctorzn4
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    I also do that.  I will be planting my baskets probably around April 1…gives them time since I normally can’t put them outdoors until the end of May.


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    luvmyb_b
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    ;)    What Molly and Charlene said.  Got nothing more to add.  :)


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    takyslaky
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    Yep!  That is what I will try to do too.


    Gayle
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    TY, everybody.


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    wilderness_NY_Z4
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    I usually move into the greenhouse April first.  I give the seedlings a couple of weeks to acclimate to their new home before I do my baskets and planters.  I don’t have enough room for the larger pots in the greenhouse and nothing will go outside until the end of May so they have lots of time to get bigger and usually blooming.


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