How to Plant Annual Cellular Plants

Several hours before planting out, or the evening before, water the tray of plants and leave them to stand so excess water drains away. The plants are less likely to be stressed by the move if they are growing well. Remove a plant from the pack by pressing in the bottom. In strips, where the plants are not segregated, remove the lot from the pack and carefully remove one, trying not to tear off too many of its neighbor’s roots.

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How to Plant Annual Cellular Plants