Apr 5, 2010

Garden Bloggers GROW Nasturtium Seeds #SeedGROW


The seed GROW project officially kicked off this month. To date 31 garden bloggers have posted updates of how they're growing their 'Spitfire' Nasturtium seeds provided by Renee's Garden for the project.

A number of the garden bloggers provided some useful tips and techniques in starting their Nasturtium, and seeds in general, and I thought I'd share just a few of them.

Life on the Balcony: Did an interesting experiment where she blogged about the different methods to scarify the seeds prior to planting them.

My Skinny Garden: Found a new way of wintersowing.

Garden Girl: Found a warm spot for her seeds.

The Home Garden: Discovered a germinating difference based on the soil used to sow his seeds.

Gardening in my Rubber Boots: Bravely admitted to having less than great results so far.

Check out the whole list of entries:

  1. The Garden of Live Flowers: April: Seed GROW project.
  2. Terra Mirabilis: Growing nasturtiums with the GROW project.
  3. Garden Girl: Seed GROW Project.
  4. The Garden of James: Renee's Garden Nasturtiums.
  5. Cheesehead Gardening: Experimenting with my seed GROW project seeds.
  6. Simple Pleasures: GROW project.
  7. Mahlzeit: In which we welcome the god and goddess.
  8. Dotty Plants Journal: Nasturtiums from the GROW project.
  9. In the Garden Online: Seed GROW project April.
  10. Get in the Garden: Seed GROW project.
  11. The Running Garlic: Nasturtium GROW project.
  12. MrBrownThumb: From Miss C.H. Lippincott to Renee's Garden.
  13. Garden Faerie: Hippy Hoppity, Nasties on the Way.
  14. The Home Garden: Starting Nasturtiums for the Grow project.
  15. Indoor Garden(er): Seed GROW Project, For-Real #1.
  16. The Write Gardener: Starting Easter Sunday.
  17. Our Little Acre: Decisions, Decisions.
  18. The 6X8 Garden: Seed Grow Project Nasturtium Spitfire.
  19. Gardening in my Rubber Boots: Germinating Nasturtium Seeds for GROW project.
  20. True Epicure: Seed GROW Project-April.
  21. K-Town Homestead: Now the green blade rises.
  22. Happy Hobby Habit: GROW Project 2.
  23. Life on the Balcony: Nasturtium Seed Scarification Experiment.
  24. Personal Garden Coach: Renee's Garden, 'Spitfire' Nasturtium & the GROW project.
  25. Brown Thumb Mama: Seed GROW project Milestone.
  26. Horticulture Madness: Seed GROW project: Spitfire Nasturtium.
  27. Jenn's Gardening Spot: Let's GROW together, That's the topic this Easter Sunday.
  28. Miller Time: Seed GROW Project: First Official Post.
  29. The Yarden: Trial by (Spit)Fire.
  30. My Skinny Garden: A New Way of Wintersowing.
  31. GardenMom: Seed Grow Project: Spitfire Nasturtium from Renee's Garden.
  32. Really Rose: Seed GROW project April 2010.
  33. My Northern Garden: Seed GROW project: Spring is Early, I am Late.
If you signed-up to participate in the seed GROW project and didn't list your post please leave it in the comments section for April and I'll add it to the list. You have a whole month to visit your fellow participants and leave a comment and learn from their experiences. If you're on Twitter check out and use the #seedGROW hashtag to share your post or find others.


3 comments:

  1. I wish I had found this site sooner...but at least I found it! great bloggers featured this week!

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  2. This is nice information you got here! Thanks for the links! This is a big help for my garden!

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  3. I always thought nasturtiums were one of the easiest plant to grow from seed, and advocated them for children's gardening. Nice large seeds that you stick into the prepared soil and without fussing around they produce the prettiest leaves and flowers imaginable. I love them- but I don't take any trouble with them.

    I always wanted to write a post on them, though- because I have some pretty seed packet and botanical pictures ;) I probably would just say : stick it in the dirt - don't fertilize and enjoy...until the aphids find them!

    ...Now Salpiglossis... I might want to see experiments and info on those :)

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