Bad news: something ate the two baby Rudbeckia fulgida I put out yesterday.
Good news: all the fluttermill evening primrose, same size as Rudbeckia, are fine. This includes the three just a few yards away.
!!! News… A yucca may be sprouting???
We put about half of the baby primroses out. They do all have at least one adult leaf.
Some in front yard, some in back yard!
I forgot to take a picture of the seedling radishes in the front yard before it got dark. They were ones I planted before the big freeze, on Feb. 5.
It’s warm and sunny in the day and cool but not hard freezes at night. I decided it’s time for plants to see the world!
At least half of the 13 seeds and seedlings are growing nicely post-cold-stratification from the fridge.
I checked in my little tupperware and pretty much all the seeds I had taken out of the fridge have now sent out a root. So now I have 11 seedlings or shoots and three unsprouted seeds. All are now in potting soil.
I checked on some native flower seeds I tried stratifying in the fridge in January. A single Missouri fluttermill primrose was sprouting!!