Update on Winter Sowing Experiment

Believe it or not some of my wintersown seeds that actually bore seedlings are just getting into their permanent home in the ground.  I have some White Swan Echinacea and Japanese Irises that actually sprouted in June and survived the heat and rains.  They are going to find their home next to some hollyhocks behind a western facing fence.  I know it’s fairly late in the season but I hope that I get to see them bloom this year yet.  If not, it will give them enough time to establish their roots before winter comes.

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