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Seedlings: Week 4

Progress in the green house this week! 2 more weeks have passed since my last seedling update but I'm proud to announce that many of the little seedlings have been planted in the incubator raised beds and are doing fantastic. After waiting for the seedlings to grow to at least 5" tall, I decided to plant a few. The rest will be taken to the farm today! Yes, the farm. ;) Look at how much they've grown... Cosmos. 2 varieties: Bright Lights Mix and Single Sensation Mixed Colors. I love their pretty little saucer-shaped leaves. Little Miss Lovely Seedlings 4.17 (2) Little Miss Lovely Seedlings 4.17 (2) Snapdragons & Aster. Snaps on the left. Asters on the right. Little Miss Lovely Seedlings 4.17 (2) Helichrysum. Tall, double mixed colors. These two-toned beauties will be in shades of yellow, red, orange & white. Little Miss Lovely Seedlings 4.17 (2)Sweet William. Tall Double Mixed Colors. These showy, fragrant, long blooming flowers are biennials and I'm excited to watch them bloom every few years. Little Miss Lovely Seedlings 4.17 (2)Gladiolus. Some of these bulbs grew about 10" in one week! They'll grow to be 48" – 60" tall! Little Miss Lovely Seedlings 4.17 (2)Ranunculus. Thankfully these guys sprouted this week. That means I didn't plant the bulbs upside down! Little Miss Lovely Seedlings 4.17 (2) More updates to follow. How are you little seedlings doing this season?

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