It’s Seed Starting Time!

mexican sunflower seedlings
Our webmaster Chuck Landrey started these Mexican Sunflowers, Tithonia rotundifolia, two weeks ago.  Notice the seed husk still on the leaf tip at left.

With only six weeks until the last frost date here in southern Connecticut, seed-starting is in full swing. If you have any seed-starting questions, just ask! Cheryl most likely has the answer.

By the way, in the post below this, you can see Maia standing in front of, yes, Mexican Sunflowers.

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