Sprouts! here is what I have

ellenr22May 2, 2014

Balsam sprouted - good germination. got this in trade.
Pink strawflower - finally a couple of sprouts. Usually this sprouts very generously. these seeds are from last year's garden.
Yvonne Salvia - one little sprout, more to come I hope. This is one I really want.
Blue Salvia- germinated thickly, I don't know if it is the pereenial or annual. seeds are from my garden
Morning glory
Purple mullein - glad to see a couple of sprouts, this is new to me, bought seed. Interested to see what it will look like.
Gold Arrow Yarrow - got these from Swallowtail, excited about this plant.

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eastern_peregrine(6)

Here's my list. I love winter-sowing!

Agrimonia eupatoria, Agrimony (Horizon Herb seed)
Alcea rosea, 'Country Romance' Hollyhock (Burpee seed)
Allium fistulosum, 'Evergreen White' Bunching Onion (Henry Fields seed)
Anethum graveolens, Dill (saved seed)
Calendula officinalis, 'Pacific Beauty' Calendula (American Seed)
Catenanche caerula, Cupid's Dart (Ferry-Morse seed)
Cerastium tomentosum, Snow in Summer (Ferry-Morse seed)
Centaurea cyanus, Bachelor's Buttons (Ferry-Morse seed)
Digitalis purpurea, Common Foxglove (Ferry-Morse seed)
Galium verum, Our Lady's Bedstraw (Horizon Herbs seed)
Gaultheria procumbens, Wintergreen (Outside Pride seed)
Hypericum perforatum, St. John's Wort (Horizon Herbs seed)
Hyssopus officinalis, 'Blue Nectar' Hyssop (saved seed)
Lavendula angustifolia, 'Munstead' Lavendar (Horizon Herb seed) great germination
Lavendula vera, 'True' Lavender (Northrup King seed) average germination
Lobularia maritima, 'Carpet of Snow' Sweet Alyssum (Burpee seed)
Lobularia maritima, 'Carpet of Snow' Sweet Alyssum (American Seed)
Lupinus texinsis, Texas Bluebonnet (Ferry-Morse seed)
Lychnis coronaris, Rose Campion (saved seed)
Marrubium vulgare, White Horehound (Baker Creek seed)
Matricaria recutita, German Chamomile (Ferry-Morse seed)
Nepeta cateria, Catnip (Wetsel Seed) 19 years old, and still germinated!
Nepeta cateria, Catnip (saved seed)
Origanum marjorana, Sweet Marjoram (Livingston Seed)
Papaver orientalis, Mixed Colors Oriental Poppy (American Seed)
Papaver orientalis, 'Oriental Red' Poppy (Livingston Seed)
Petroselinum crispum, 'Extra-Curled Dwarf' Parsley (Burpee Seed)
Petroselinum hortense, Flat-Leaved Italian Parsley (Ferry-Morse seed)
Physalis philadelphica, Tomatillos (Burpee Seed)
Salvia clarea, Clary Sage (Botanical Interests seed)
Tagetes patula, 'Happy Days Mix' Marigold (Burpee Seed)

plus 17 varieties of heirloom and hybrid tomatoes that I take in when we expect freezing temperatures

Hope everyone is finding happy surprises in the winter-sowing containers!

    Bookmark   May 2, 2014 at 12:15PM
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caryltoo Z7/SE PA

Wow, eastern peregrine, that's quite a list. Got a kick out of the 19-year old catnip sprouting. I think the oldest seed I had was Great White tomato I got from Trudi six or seven years ago. Was down to the final three seeds and one of the three sprouted. That's nearly as good as the SuperSauce, which I bought new from Burpee this year. Only three of six sprouted and they're not doing as well as my other varieties. Maybe it's a fussy hybrid. The heirloom types are all doing great, pretty much 100 percent germination and they're all in jugs in the same location as the supersauce.

    Bookmark   May 3, 2014 at 12:07PM
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