My seedlings as I told you before did not do well at all. It's still time to start some things like petunias. Almost time for zinnia, black eye Susan vine, sunflower, and other seeds. My broccoli seedlings didn't survive. I could plant more but I think I'll wait till they are out in garden centers which should be soon as they are cool season vegetables. I haven't started tomatoes, cucumber, or peppers since I've been having such a hard time with the seeds I sowed. The broccoli seeds I had were several years old and I wonder if this had something to do with it. I still have a good number of geraniums but I just lost one. I was sad to loose such a large one. The licorice plant seedlings died, as well as the 4 good sized vinca, and dahlias. I still have 3 euphorbia but they are just hanging on. I have new dragon wing begonia seedlings, and some coleus from a second sowing. Only 3 coleus seedlings survived for a first sowing. It wasn't a good year but I didn't give the attention needed and I think some unseen virus wiped out the seedlings as I had cutting from Georgia also growing on the seed station some which I think had spider mites. I had to throw out one nice plant because it was going to infect everything in the house. Some salvia are surviving. It would be nice if they survive as this is my first time planting them.
It's almost time to start my canna, and caladium that are in my basement. My ornamental sweet potato vine tubers survived and are nice and firm. One died that I kept outside on my porch but I may get a good number from the potatoes I have. I've never started them before. Wish me success. I hope your seedlings have done well.
|I shoveled out the car and the snow plow came and pushed the snow back so I couldn't get out. So I shoveled it out again so it's ready for work.|
|My plan was to read some magazines and a book on my kindle. What gardening magazines are you reading. Probably seed magazines. I like to look at them to although I don't need to order more seeds.|
|On the streeet|
|In the Yard|
|From the kitchen window.|