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Wide selection of wild crafted plant seeds and from cultivated plants. Many NA woodland species offered fresh/moist packed.
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Germinating now - Olsynium douglasii. Many more to come!

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From all West Coast seeds collected last year, there was one I wanted most to see it germinate and it happened! Found Olsynium douglasii germinating in the gara...ge (temp. remains above 0C); there is another pot that was left outside over the winter. There is hope for lots of seedlings :) If I'll be able to grow this species, it will be another story...

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End of the month check on the moist packed seeds today: Corydalis nobilis leftover seeds can be declared all germinated; few 'little guys' were nicely wrapped up in vermiculite (the fine root hairs adhere easily to it).

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A few new Iris seeds from the rare side, so pictures are warranted. Despite its name, Iris tigridia (common name Tiger iris) is a completely harmless iris ;) hailing from the Altai region of Russia…
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The first fuzzy flower bud of Hepatica acutiloba! Great hopes for pink flowers again!

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It was also the time to crawl around the garden looking for other signs ;) I was particularly happy to find a fuzzy bud of H. acutiloba - pink flower form! Greatly disliked the transplanting and didn't flower the last two years - but there is hope!

The first signs of spring are here - with Primula mistassinica showing the flower buds! It may be the first one to flower this year, except the snowdrops of course. Such a little toughie!
Easy to grow in full sun, or even with a bit of shade in a preferably moist/or periodically wet area (mine sits in a spot where the water stagnates after melting snow/heavy rains). Can also be featured in a rock garden, planted in a well chosen boulder (pictures with flowers taken in the wild habitat).

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Snow again but we are getting close to the spring equinox so I call this one a 'Late Snow' ;) Despite its name, Primula sieboldii 'Late Snow' is a late flowering Primula, somewhere at beginning of May. By that time snow will be but just a memory.

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The white inspiration continues, I posted on the blog a short portrait of Mitella diphylla - http://botanicallyinclined.org/snowflakes-by-design-mitell…/
The short version is that I like its 'snowflakes' flowers :) It blooms on the same time with Trillium grandiflorum and Uvularia grandiflora.

Just a few really :)

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A few happy & warm seedlings from under lights today.

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And this is the meaning of 100% germination for Stylophorum diphyllum, the woodland poppy. At the beginning of March all the remaining seeds in moist storage are starting to germinate - always on time.

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BotanyCa Plant Seeds added 24 new photos to the album: The seedlings album.

Some old, some new ones, few already flowering in the garden; few others kept me company for a shorter time ;) All delightful - and more to come!

Among the few life’s certainties ;), at this time of year there is also the Helleborus germination. I only started to grow them from seeds a few years ago after I found a few seeds left on a Helleb…
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The babies Podophyllum were irresistible today, I had to take few pictures - all Podophyllum pleianthum x versipelle.

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Just a few really :)

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It is getting even better to get a 'taste' of this excellent, must have book. With spring approaching this is the perfect time to review some of your gardening practices. It will also show you how to enjoy more your garden by working less but wisely. You can also read small 'samples' of this book on the auhtor's blog: http://www.gardenmyths.com/sample-page/

Free for three days: Garden Myths: Book 1

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Gentiana lutea - the giant of the Gentiana; I hope my seedlings will grow up to look just like these:

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