I remember seeing on The Good Life, Barbara 'icing' the garden, as Tom told Margo.
If I recall correctly, the idea was that difficult to germinate seeds could be started on some damp kitchen paper, then when the roots had started to show, tip all the seeds into a bucket of made up wallpaper paste. The mixture was then squeezed into seed drills with an icing bag.
Did this really work.
I have some wild flower seeds which I hope to sew in an area already overgrown, which made me think this idea might make it easier for the flowers to start.
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on Sun Nov 04, 2012 4:12 pm, edited 1 time in total.