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Some 2008 seedlings ....

Posted by pvick z6B NYC (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 21, 08 at 0:51

These germinated back in late February-early March and all NEED to be planted out -

Red scallop-edged poppies:

Red Poppy seedlings

Bachelor Buttons:

Bachelor Button seedlings

Achillea 'Cassis':

Achillea 'Cassis' seedlings

There are others, no pics yet: dianthus 'Siberian Blues', snapdragons, petunia 'Laura Bush', alyssum, california poppies, amaranthus, green cat grass, and one lone 'Baby White Swan' coneflower. Did most of my sowing in March and April this year, and things are just now starting to pop.


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RE: Some 2008 seedlings ....

Looking great, PV!
I feel milk jug envy coming on :)


RE: Some 2008 seedlings ....

  • Posted by pvick z6B NYC (My Page) on
    Wed, Apr 30, 08 at 21:03

LOL, Mary! This is the first year I've used milk jugs - half gallons. I like 'em. Gracie and I have been drinking a LOT of milk since last summer!


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