Today I present the seeds of an interesting Matthiola: M. fragrans. It grows wild in steppe regions from Ukraine to E. Kazakhstan, sometimes on chalky sediments. The flowers are reddish-brown or yellowish, similar of another nice but rarely cultivated Matthiola, M. trojana.
The seedlings seem to do well, already developed the indumentum; it will be interesting to see how they’ll adapt later /if to garden conditions. I like the challenge.