#lobelia that I nearly killed last week. Being sick and trying to maintain hundreds of baby plants is not the best combo. They are acclimating outdoors in makeshift greenhouses (aka clear totes) that I cover at night. We're still low 40s in the evenings.
I agree with @abbeyj There doing great Little Miss Greenthumb!!!!! You should b very proud of yourself and I’m sooo happy your involving that cute little guy of yours!! Maybe he’ll influence his generation and help save the world. Good job with your son. Sorry I just forgot his name. Have a good one Jenn🤗😊💕
Your doing so good on your seedlings im failing at most of mine in the tiny seed trays so need to try a dif method. And find seeds i no lo ger have cus wasnt many in the first place lol. But im determined. Ill get this. So proud of your accomplishments. And the collecting of seeds as well xoxoxo big garden hug
Lobelia seeds can be sown directly in the garden or indoors for later transplanting. These plants typically require an area with full sun but will tolerate partial shade. They also prefer moist, rich soil. Start indoors about 10 to 12 weeks prior to the last frost in your region. #sowindoors February 15th on soil
Spread the tiny seeds just on top of the soil and water thoroughly. Place them in a warm, well-lit area.
Read more at Gardening Know How: Annual Lobelia Plant: How To Grow Lobelia https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/flowers/lobelia/lobelia.htm
The seedlings should pop up within a week or two, at which time you can begin thinning them out. After all danger of frost is gone and the plants are at least 2 to 3 inches tall, transplant them to the garden—spacing about 4 to 6 inches apart.