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Mid February Hoop House Update – Growing Hardy Annual Flowers from Seed

Here’s a look at everything while it’s covered up. If you look closely, you can see that the anemones are blooming under the row cover.
Things are still looking green under the row cover. After about 10 inches of rain this month, the hoop house did have some flooding issues.
Most of the plants are still looking great. These are the godetia seedlings.
The snapdragon seedlings are getting quite large. Eventually, I’m going to need to do a little bit of weeding. The grass and bittercress has gotten quite a bit bigger.
The stock flowers which were damaged by negative temperatures appear to be making a little bit of a recovery.
The icelandic poppies are also showing some signs of cold damage, but I feel cautiously optimistic.
Wow! My first ever Icelandic poppy bud has appeared! This is so incredibly exciting.

After quite a bit of cold weather, the mid February hoop house is looking a little rough. The plants have been covered with row cover for about two weeks straight, and are definitely starting to show signs of stress. Luckily, the weather is set to climb out of the teens and twenties. I’m really looking forward to some warmer temperatures inside the hoop.

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