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New gardener from chennai
September 26, 2015
8:21 pm
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I am novice to gardening, and my first one is Fenugreek leaves. It was quite successful.

Second one Tried with sprouted Peas, and it germinated within 4 days. 7th day its grown little bit and I heard it needs some support like Tetris.Smile

Tried Corainder , and I m not successful, and I don't know why. Even I broke the seeds in two parts, rubbed a bit. But I could not see its germination.Confused

I got betel leaves (stem cuttings) from my neighbor, does it requires root hormone powder or it wud grows for months later.

I just filled a pot with chillies seeds, it started growing like a grass . do i have to pluck or leave as it is..

I bought periwinkle plant from a nusery and its leaves often getting stressed. Frown

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October 27, 2015
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Chilli's have to be planted individually in pots. if u grow them as groups it will restrict their growth. Betel plant need not require any hormone. just plant them in moist sand or coco peet and leave them in the shade. periwinkle should not have any problem cause its a common plant but try keeping them in a partial shade. Or use Shade net it its a terrace.

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