13 March 2011 11:03:15
This morning I did my usual rounds of the seedlings to see what has germinated. And I didn't forget the cold room where my Leontochir is this time!
I was greeted with the most bizarre sight. The Leontochir seedling from yesterday has managed to 'fix' itself. At first I thought it was laying against the side of the plastic bag but it isn't. I am completely flabbergasted. Seedlings don't 'repair' themselves!
I know I should have removed the broken seedling before I re-sealed the bag but I didn't have the heart to. And now I'm glad I didn't.
But I'm not sure what to do. It mustn't stay in the plastic bag. No good can come of that. Maybe if I remove the bag and use some tiny stick or splint to prop my seedling up or just take the main weight of it. Any suggestions?