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Real quick, a silly question:
I have a bunch of seeds I soaked, mostly greens like lettuce and broccoli. I know broccoli specifically isn't meant to be started and transplanted but I could I do that? Would I have to wait until it's reasonably sized before planting it? My gardening space isn't prepped yet but I need to do something with these seeds like now. Haha, I planned really poorly.
I was hoping to plant them in a shallow dish (think to go plastic containers) and move the sprouts to the actually bed. I know leafy greens tend to root shallow so I was hoping this would accommodate the sprouts.
 
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Octavia Greason wrote:I was hoping to plant them in a shallow dish (think to go plastic containers) and move the sprouts to the actually bed.



Sounds good to me... Don't overwater them, and make sure that they get sufficient sunlight without scorching. Placing them against a wall where they only get morning sunlight is nice.

 
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