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Hens and sedum

Posted by LittleLithop 4a (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 24, 13 at 20:08

I had little success, unfortunatly, with my first year of winter sowing probably due to bad soil and a bad spring but I still have faith! I did have some Shasta daisy, lupines, dianthus, aster, one sweet pea and one sunflower sprout. Oh well, I still plan on trying again next year. I did have great success with some sempervivum and sedum mixes. The only problem I encountered was watering them without washing them away, haha. They were finally large enough to handle and transplant this weekend so I made a mini rock garden. I had more then enough to add to my other rock garden. It's probably a bit over planted even though you can barely see some of them.
Rhetorical question; Do they start as chicks and become hens when they have chicks of their own or do chicks only come from hens? Which come first the chick or the hen? Lol


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RE: Hens and sedum

Wow! You started Hens n' Chic's from seed, really Kool!


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