My giant alliums have gone over, but my dwarf alliums are now coming into flower. At least they are in one planter, for some reason the ones in the other planter have not formed flowering heads.
I suppose these things happen when you are a "gardener" - how hilarious to refer myself as one of those.
There is action happening now with the rest of my new plantings - my bee and butterfly mix meadows are showing life, my convovulveses are sprouting, the alysium is coming on nicely and I'm wondering when the cornflowers can come out of the mini greenhouse.
Amazingly, after what feels like weeks in the greenhouse, the poppy seedlings are appearing since I've moved them outside.
Let's see how things go along. I've got my echinacea to think about planting now.
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No laughing - you have definitely become a gardener.ReplyDelete
If you can plant a seed, you're a gardener. If you can say that every one of them then does what they're supposed to, then you're a liar! it's all part of the fun.ReplyDelete
Good luck with it all. Hope you succeed with cornflowers - they are my favourite flowers.ReplyDelete