I feel incredibly cruel and unappreciative when something like our balcony cyclamen , which has given us so much visual pleasure for months, is just thrown down the rubbish chute like vegetable peelings. But what else can I do? I have planted a whole punnet, eight, petunia seedlings in a not so large pot. I am not sure if it is such a good idea to put so many seedlings in one pot, but otherwise, remaining seedlings would be thrown out too. This is the first time I've planted seedlings in a pot for over a decade and I am a little rusty. A few days after planting, they have 'taken' and are looking good. Should I 'prick' a couple of the smaller ones out?
R and I haggled over the petunia colour. I won......except, now I can't remember what colour they are. Such a hollow victory but it will be a nice surprise when they flower.