Seedlings appreciation day

It seems that I am getting behind with this topic. So, although this is a main flowering period, a short presentation of few seedlings (of last week actually, more on the way…).

From the Carpathian Mts. – Centaurea triumfettii ssp. stricta and Saxifraga cuneifolia ssp. robusta – sown directly in moss.

Centaurea triumfetti ssp. stricta

Centaurea triumfettii ssp. stricta

Saxifraga cuneifolia ssp. robusta

Saxifraga cuneifolia ssp. robusta

From N. American wildflowers, the beautiful Geum triflorum and Penstemon eatonii (seedex).

Geum triflorum

Geum triflorum (Prairie smoke)

Penstemon eatonii (Firecracker penstemon)

Penstemon eatonii

Penstemon eatonii

And, also quite a few Gentiana spp. are germinating :) (Gentiana lutea in the featured image).

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    • diversifolius
      diversifolius says:

      Yes, we can definitely have one of this too Tina :) Not too many ‘unwanted’ at my place though. I am actually fighting perennials gone crazy in this old, neglected garden (Lathyrus, Campanula, Convallaria…).

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