Tuesday, 22 September 2020

Seeds Germination techniques

 This is my own experience in seeds germination that involves majorly three techniques that have worked for me most of the times with failing only once in a while  for Flowering and Vegetable seeds generally. 

Here I have grown Baby corn seeds by two techniques ;


    Seeds dispersed on potting soil and then covered with   light soil mixture;

                                      Seeds wrapped within Moist tissue paper until germinates ;



There is another method for growing  seeds that have hard layer by soaking them for a night in water and then sowing them in soil mixture in the morning .

While all of these techniques work successfully it would be advisable to grow small seeds directly in the soil mixture as there is no need for soaking them in water for germination.

I will add updates about the germination of the above Corn Seeds in the upcoming weeks.

Scattered Clouds on the sky


Mirabilis  Blooms 


An Owl spotted on tree after many years in my neighbourhood                                               

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  1. It's always fun to see what works best! I am voting the wet paper towel germinates first, I've tested seeds that way and they sprout so quickly. But, transplanting them can damage them.
    What a cute owl!

  2. We're going to try the second method with milkweed seeds after keeping them cold in the frig for a time. Wish us luck.
    Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2020/09/hummingbird-haven.html

  3. Beautiful sky and I love that owl!

  4. Love your photos and thanks for the tips about seed germination.

    I am glad you joined us at 'My Corner of the World' this week!!

  5. That little owl is the cutest ever! How precious! How wonderful that you got the photo too.

  6. Interesting with the corn seeds the technique!
    Wonderful sky and I love that owl!
    Greeting Elke

  7. Your sky is beautiful and I'll be interested in seeing how your seeds grow.

  8. Hello. That owl is adorable.
    Take care.

  9. Hello,
    I hope all your seeds grow well. I love the beautiful sky.
    The little owl is my favorite, adorable photo. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Enjoy your day, wishing you a great weekend. PS, thank you for the comment!

  10. What a cute little owl <3 The clouds look fantastic. Happy gardening, best wishes for your new plants!

  11. Love the sky you show here. And love the lilies and morning glory. Thank you for posting these seed germinating techniques at All Seasons - so interesting. Now I don't live in the forest anymore, maybe I can learn to grow some vegetables. Have a lovely week, Jesh

  12. The wet paper towel method does work. I hope you have success germinating your seeds. Thanks for linking up and stay well.

  13. Wow...that owl photo is picture post card perfect. Sorry, I've been so late in paying you a visit. I've had a busy week. Thanks for linking in at I'd Rather B Birdin'.

  14. Thanks for taking part in the "My Sunday Best" meme.


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