Never tire of seeing new shoots pushing through.
Likewise, particularly when it’s just a matter of days!
Do you ever really stop though? I don’t.
No, not really, and even with the seed sowing December might be the only month I don’t sow anything… 😉
Oh how exciting Cathy but I want to know what those seedlings are 🙂
These are both California poppy, Anna (only realised recently they are not ‘CaliforniaN’!!) – Mikado and Golden West, which came up in 6 days, with White Linen appearing just a few hours after these 2!
Grow little flowers grow.
They can have a long rest over winter, Lisa, but strong little plants before then would be useful!
Always exciting to see those baby plants pushing through the soil! 🙂
Oh it is, I never tire of it
Cathy thrilled me when the tiny plants push on the ground, whatever the flowers are. Greetings from Margarita.
Yes indeed Margarita
Autumn is the start of the gardening year, you are well on the way Cathy.
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