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  • Primal Survival

    Germination Table Ever wondered why sometimes your freshly sown seeds just pop right up...while others don't? Well... 2 things may be a work.. poor quality seeds and temperature. I always check my seed packet for germination times but the table below makes it handy to see and plan ahead.

  • Alle Birnen

    How temperature affects the number of days for different seeds to germinate. Plan your planting. Successful Vegetable Garden Guide ~ Parsnips, onion, spinach, lettuce, cabbage, carrots, celery, peas, radishes, asparagus, tomatoes, parsley, sweet corn, cauliflower, beets, turnips, lima beans, okra, peppers, snap beans, cucumbers, squash, eggplant, watermelon, muskmelon.

  • Kathryn Courtney

    Seed Germinating Chart

  • Wakashima Candice

    Starting vegetable seeds has more to do with temperature than anything else, so follow these seed starting charts for awesome vegetables in your garden this year.

  • Erin
    Erin • 1 year ago

    this is a wonderful chart.... love love starting from seed... a little challenge living on the cool Oregon Coast.. so happy to found another Northwest gardener to learn form love your blog Erica!

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