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If you've been sowing seeds and getting your garden started indoors, it pays to take your time when transitioning fragile seedlings to an outdoor environment.

26th May, 2012
Take your time when moving your fragile seedlings.

If you've been dutifully sowing seeds and getting your garden started indoors, it pays to take your time when transitioning your fragile seedlings from an indoor environment to an outdoor one.

Be sure to harden off your plants first, which means gently acclimatising them to the cooler, windier conditions outside. Start by bringing them outside and leaving them there for gradually longer periods of time, before planting them in their final positions. It can sometimes...

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