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Not in California, but we transplant them when root system is strong, the plant/stem is just under 10cm tall by that time in a 10cm pot. Roots spread inside the pot really well, covering full length, but not spiraling around the pot yet. And cover the bed with a net.


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A reliable & practical thing to do is place curved pieces of medium mesh hardware screen which extend lengthwise over several of your seedlings for each section of screen, pressing the edges of the screen 6-8cm into the soil along both sides of your seedlings! Maybe could start by putting a few seedlings and a couple sections of screen to see if your ...


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I do belive this is an open pollinated Jacaranda mimosafolia.


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You don't say which variety of Dill you're growing, but common Dill makes a plant about 4 feet high with a spread of 2-3 feet or more if grown as a single plant. Each of your seedlings will want to grow that size, so it is obvious there are far too many seedlings in the pot, and they badly need thinning out. That means removing seedlings so that you finish ...


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It looks like maybe a pepper of some sort.


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Pelargoniums (which is what "annual" geraniums actually are) take more than eight weeks to flower from seed, which is why many gardeners either root cuttings from the previous year or start seeds indoors, in mid-late winter. In fact, this site and this site both give a range of 12 to 16 weeks. Your plants will eventually bloom, but maybe not until ...


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