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Hardy Annual Seedling Update

 

 

Hi Lovelies,

Today I thought I would share some photos of the hardy annuals that are currently in the garden. Whenever I grow something new, one of the first things that I do when I see sprouts in my garden beds is “google” whether or not the plant that’s growing is in fact what I planted or if it’s a random lawn weed. I’d be lying if I said that I had a stellar record when it comes to pulling weeds, but I still like to know the difference!  These seeds were all planted on September 20th. Feel free to comment below! Much love!

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Scabiosa looking mighty fine!
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Shirley poppies, as you can see – I also do a terrible job at thinning!
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These are nigella (love-in-a-mist). They look a lot like larkspur at this point, but you’ll notice more of a difference once they get bigger.
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Agrostemma (corncockle) with weeds all over the place.
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Ranunculus, looking pretty without a weed to be found. Lol!
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Anemones have loved this wet fall weather, already so big!
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I honestly don’t know what these are – we’ll find out in time. The only reason I know they aren’t weeds is because I clumsily sowed them in a huge grouping.
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A huge mass of laceflower, so cute.
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Sweet peas falling all over the place. I’m crossing my fingers for these to make it through the winter.
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Ornamental kale, another experiment.
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Fragrant mignonette.
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Tons of larkspur this season!
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Calendula!
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Old reliable – aka Bachelor’s Buttons (cornflowers)

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