I know compared to some people the amount of seedlings I'm seeing isn't that much, but for me it's a lot! Have you seen the seedlings that Anna of Flowergardengirl has? How about Tessa at Blunders with shoots, blossoms 'n roots, or Tom of Seventh Street Cottage? Now they have a lot of seedlings!
I have been regularly checking on my seeds and anxiously awaiting sprouts that seemed to be taking a long time to show up. Well, I finally see green.
Winter sown Nicotiana x sanderae 'Sensation Blend' and Lobelia 'Cambridge Blue' planted March 8th.
Winter sown Nicotiana sylvestris 'Indian Peace Pipe' also planted March 8th.
Winter sown Aquilegia 'Yellow Spotlight' Hard to see I know, but there are quite a few there. Started January 29th.
The winter sown hollyhocks, cosmos and two types of larkspur continue to look good. I'm wondering when it will be time to plant them in the ground.
Finally a Sweet Pea. I've planted them two times already, now that I see one I think more should be showing up soon.
Sugar snap peas are starting, so are the bush peas.
Baby Carrot 'Little Finger'. 'Purple Haze' is taking it's time.
Heirloom Lettuce 'Merveille de Quatre Saisons' that I won from Garden Girl is sprouting too.
We also have Romaine and 'Buttercrunch' lettuce growing. The red onions are looking good also.
Here is my 'Great Wall of China' tomato thanks to Matron. One of the four seeds germinated, but that's better than none!
Doesn't this look like I took it in for a fancy portrait sitting?
Finally my biggest seedlings just keep getting bigger. Soon they will probably have to be moved up to another pot. Tomato 'Brandywine'
The other seeds I started indoors are all doing great too. The zucchini is huge and I can't pull the flowers off fast enough. The basil is quite tall as well.
I see flowers and vegetables in my future!