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That stinks, poor germination is so depressing especially when you have plans for the extras. At least with the tomatoes (and peppers if you're careful about cross-pollination) you can save the seeds from the ones that did decide to grow for you and not have to worry about germination rates next year.

I had to go buy some grocery store chives and big box store cucamelon this year and plant them because I couldn't get any of those seeds to germinate.
 

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I've got wild chives all over the yard. There's so much that even if I did harvest them, we could never eat them all.
 

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I've got wild chives all over the yard. There's so much that even if I did harvest them, we could never eat them all.
That would be nice. Everything that is not drought resistant and/or irrigated copiously quickly throws in the towel here.
 

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I have the opposite problem. It's a struggle to keep things from drowning long enough to get to the dry part of August.
 
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