>when they still only have the initial 2 leaves on them. Could anyone
>me solve this or suggest some solutions for the seedings I already have?
>I have thought of putting most of the seedling stem underground when I
>replant them. Any idea if this would work? Thanks:)
an excess of water. If you are not using grow lighting, then seriously
consider it. There is not (at least here in Pennsylvania) enough light in
late winter / early spring for good plant growth in a sunny window alone.
If you are using grow lighting, then the plants probably need to be
brought closer to the lighting or visa versa, and back off on the
For most plants, planting the stem below the surface when transplanting is
a kiss of death. The stem will rot. I would avoid that idea unless you are
sure the seedling is one of the very few plants which this can be done.