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Need some help with growing oregano from seed.  RSS feed

 
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I just got oregano seed from the internet and I start sowing them two months ago.
They sprouted into fine seedling in 2 days but after that they became stunted growth.
Two months passed but they only have 1/4 inch height with several tiny leaves.
I tried to move the tray to somewhere with more sun but I am not sure that it will help.
Is it normal for oregano to glow that slowly? or my seedling is too fragile to grow.
Anyway I live in tropical area but now it is winter season and the weather dropped to 80-90 degrees Fahrenheit.
Is this temperature still too warm for oregano?

Thank you for your help.
 
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Oreganodoes grow painfully slow. Definitely beeds sun, even putting it out during the day, and being sure not to over water. But it took me a full year to get a big enough plant to think anout harvesting from.
 
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