|Lupin in its 2nd year. Grown from seed.|
Often when I grow perennials from seed I keep them in a pot for the first year so I can keep an eye on them and protect them from slugs and snails.
You'll see from the photos below I have a bit of garden work to do clearing leaves and debris. As soon as I'm over the cold I'll have to get out there and get some work done!
|Delphinium in its 2nd year; grown from seed. It didn't flower last year but should flower this year, and for years to come. I'll be planting it in the ground about March.|
Variety: Delphinium elatum Pacific hybrids
|Geranium (the small pink coloured one) is showing growth. These plants divide easily to make more and they self seed as well.|
|Sedum Autumn Joy is just beginning to show new growth - the old stalks still in place.|
|Lupin grown from seed quite a few years ago.|
|Aquilegia Long Spurred Hybrids / Columbine - this will be its 2nd year flowering. Grown from seed.|
|Above and Below: Canterbury Bells, grown from seed last year and hopeful to flower this year. These are biennial and supposed to reach a height 90-120cm (36-48 inches). Will be planting these in the ground in March. First time trying these!|