- Feb 16, 2017
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I could easily relocate them under shade. Would that work?They are so tiny and vulnerable. I don't know when your really hot months are, but i imagine it will be hot when they still are so very young. I would recommend protecting the seeds with some form of sunscreen until they can put down some good roots.
Yes, I plan to post progress.Oh yes @Klona, i think it would work. The little ones will want lots of light but not direct sun until they are older. They will grow up and love you for the care knowing how close they became to being toast. What an adorable seedling it is. Maybe on this thread you will post photos as it (they?) grow(s)? I would love to see.
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