This post is definitely a bit later than most. I have a good excuse. I live in New Jersey and already the snowflakes are falling, only the beginning of what they are saying could be a record-breaking snowfall. Hopefully, we will get only about a foot of the white stuff. Are you gasping in disbelief? Only a foot! Am I crazy? No, I’m just glad I don’t live further north where they are forecasting near thirty inches will fall before the blizzard is over. When you compare twelve inches to thirty, twelve certainly seems better!
I was one of those crazy people who drove to the Supermarket at 8:00 this morning. I have a gallon of milk, I have bread in the freezer, but wouldn’t you know it, I needed cat food and the orange juice bottle was empty. I ventured out. In the rush of the crowds, comparable to the eve of a major holiday, wouldn’t you know it, I forgot eggs. Grrrrr….
Anyway, it’s a good day for a quick update on my recent plantings. All are doing exceptionally well. The Heavenly Blue Morning Glories sprouted in less than a week. Hooray! If you look closely at the picture you can see I have a “sport.” One sprout a little different than the others. I will definitely keep this one growing. Who knows? It might turn out to the best morning glory ever grown. I can hope!
Some of the coleus seeds have sprouted too. They grow slowly. It will be weeks before there is a hint of color in the leaves.
The Meyer Lemon Sprouts are still erupting from the soil. As of now, I have eleven sprouts, but there are a least two more seeds ready to burst into leaf. O Happy Day!
4 thoughts on “Plantings – Manic Monday Update”
just love watching the sprouting of seeds…Enjoy!
Thank you…my eyes are drawn to them all day long…happiness!
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Reading through your posts of a Monday. Did these plants make it – did the lone morning glory plant survive ? And what about these coleus ?
I have never heard of growing coleus from seeds but learnt this from your posts- we do it from cuttings and this plant is so easy to grow this way.
Thankfully you didn’t have blizzard conditions in 2016.
Susie, I have coleus rooting in water for the 2016 growing season right now. They are doing well. I also like to grow from seeds because I get new looks and combinations due to the coleus cross-pollinating for several years. Yes, so thankful the 2016 winter was mild.
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