Seedlings appreciation day II

You would hardly recognize them in this stage, even if they grace your garden; unless grown from seeds of course :)

Featured image: Aconitum lycoctonum 

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  1. Amy Olmsted
    Amy Olmsted says:

    I love growing from seed and it’s such a thrill every time something new sprouts up!! I have been trying for the past few years to grow Syneilesis from seed but I must keep getting dead seed because nothing ever comes of it…your seedlings all look wonderful!

    • diversifolius
      diversifolius says:

      Thanks Amy. Yes, unfortunately Syneilesis forms a lot of empty seeds even when few established plants grow nearby. The work to select few good seeds from a whole bunch of seed heads
      is truly not worth the price of a seed packet. I am trying to grow more from seeds in the hope that increasing the genotypes will lead to forming more good seeds.

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