The seedling phase is arguably the most important of the entire cannabis life cycle. Wait until after the chance of frost has passed to move the plants outside or to plant any marigold transplants. Gently remove the marigold plant, keeping some of the planting material around the roots of the plant. This starting pot should be adequate for a few weeks before transplanting is needed. Seedling Care and Transplanting Thin marigold seedlings to one plant per cell or one every 3 inches when they reach 3 inches tall. Soak the soil around new seedlings immediately after transplanting in order to settle the roots. Transplanting seedlings a few weeks after starting should be part of your seed starting routine. Get it right, and grow great ganja with this guide. Maintain moist soil until the seedlings are transplanted outside in the landscape. First transplant. To get the longest growing season from your marigolds, start the seeds indoors before transplanting them outside. Whether you grow from seed or clone, the hands-on part of cultivation begins with seedlings. Turn the container upside down while holding the top of the soil – then gently squeeze the plastic cell sides to loosen it. After you’ve thinned the marigold seedlings you can transplant each soon-to-be flower into its own pot and keep them waiting inside until your last frost date! Avoid planting marigolds too early in the spring. Transplant the marigolds. When removing a plant from a seedling tray cell or other small starter pot, do not pull the plant by the stem to remove it. Transplant marigolds into your garden beds or containers when they’re about 6” tall and look fairly sturdy. How And When To Transplant Cannabis Seedlings. Young plants should originally be sowed in a 4-inch pot, a Solo cup, or a one-gallon pot. They provide cheerful and abundant color all season long and are simple to grow from seed.If you learn how to save their seeds, you won't have to buy new plants or seeds for the next growing season. Starting marigold seeds indoors is pretty easy, but it does require a few materials and supplies. Marigolds can make colorful additions to any flower bed or garden. How to Start Indoors. Place the plant in the small hole, and pat more soil around the plant. This gives the plants a chance to settle into the soil without being instantly exposed to the intense midday sun. After thinning, individual plants can be added to their own pots to await the last frost before planting. It’s important to be able to recognize when it’s time to transplant seedlings from the seed tray to a larger pot. The ground may not have warmed up enough and there may even be some residual frost. Handle the plants with care so as not to damage the roots. They even fare well as potted plants. A Few Tips on How to Transplant Seedlings. It is best to sow the seeds in late March when the winter has definitely receded and seeds will have a good chance of germinating in the soil. Make a hole the size of the marigold root ball in the soil you are transplanting to. If possible, transplant on a warm, overcast day in the early morning. Get it wrong, and the crop could be lost. Transplanting is all important. They will be ready to transplant into your garden at the beginning of your local warm season, and the earlier maturing varieties will bloom soon after transplanting them. We start the seeds in smaller containers because we can control moisture and temperature much better that way, and if ... Read More about 5 Signs It’s Time To Repot Your Seedlings Otherwise, the cold soil temperatures may arrest seed germination. Transplant marigolds once they’ve reached 6” tall. Marigolds are a mainstay in many gardens. 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