Despite on human problem with new virus the nature pleases us: the sun, blue sky, new leaves and young plants. This April the seedlings delight me, they want to grow and bloom. They sprout well on the windowsill, bathing in sunlight through the window glass. The first photo is Brachycome, that is new to me. Last year I liked Brachycome ampelous little daisies. In February I had sown white and blue ones, now there are many thin green plants in plastic glasses.
My favorite late summer flowers are China Asters (Callistephus), I sowed mix of them. Asters grow well, are healthy and I hope to have many nice red, white, blue flowers in the garden.
This is one of three pots of Impatiens 'Tom Thumb' variety. I love them because they're strong and very colorful, having double flowers between leaves. The only one condition they need is to be plant in a shadow place.
The last one is Hellianthus, 'Teddy bear' variety. I'd like to plant them in a large tub to have bright yellow bouquet.
So here are my plans. But nobody knows when the world situation gets better.
What are your plans for this spring and summer? What about your seedlings?
Stay safe and healthy, friends.