Over the last few weeks my flowers and herbs have got a lot bigger. I am unsure of what one blossoming flower is though. I think it is either a Shasta Daisy or a Aster. I guess we will see as the other ones grow what it is. I transplanted some Stocks, Cosmos, Zinnias, and Nasturtiums today as they are quickly out growing the small black cups! The weather has been nicer these last few days and our plants are loving it! It is still too soon to put them outside, and by that time Morgyn’s Tomatoes and Sunflowers will be even taller than they are now! What a great garden we are going to have this year!
Blossoming Flower (Shasta Daisy or Aster). Other Shasta Daisies, and Asters also a Snap Dragon on the left.
Our over wintered Rhubarb that is doing really well! We may transplant some into a different area of our yard as well.
Newly transplanted Stocks, Cosmos, and Nasturtiums. In the back Snap Dragons, Asters, Shasta Daisies, Stocks, Violas
Flowers and Herbs doing well and enjoying the sunshine!
Another tray of new seedlings ; Borage, Marigolds, Lemon Balm, Zinnias
Dianthus, Shasta Daisies, Lupins (that I learned I cannot transplant. Have to direct seed as they do not react well to transplanting), Stocks (these are the stocks that I transplanted today), Cosmos, and Marigolds.
I think the easiest flowers to germinate are Stocks, Marigolds, Cosmos and Zinnias.