I will do these as clickables.
I have a lot of transplanting to bigger pots to do.
Nice, Glenda. I moved mine all to the back deck today, to start the hardening-off process. I, too, need to repot, but at least it can be done outside now.
All look very healthy. I always plant red salvia; usually I buy them. I have a few Yvonne's that I planted from seed. My seedlings do not look as healthy as yours. I let them dry out a couple of times and over watered a few times. Vinca is something I also really like especially the pure white.
They look great Glenda. I love vinca. That will look good all summer.
Didn't you plant daylilies last year too? How long do they take to bloom?
I have planted daylily seedlings the last two years and only one has bloomed. Surely some will bloom this year.
These are all from a purple one.
helen, when mine have a true set of leaves, I begin watering with a very weak, just a pinch to a quart and half of water of liquid fertilizer. I have some Yvonne's salvias too, but they were started much later and are about two inches tall now. I always bottom water and when the top of the soil is wet, I pour the remainder off.