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what do seedling leaves look like?

Posted by Dieter2NC z7b NC (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 17, 05 at 9:14

I collected the seeds from my hellebores last spring and direct sowed them in severeal spots in my gardens. I failed to mark the spots but I believe I have some sprouting now, any help identifying would be greatly appreciated.


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RE: what do seedling leaves look like?

If you are referring to Helleborus x hybridus, small, three part leaves looking exactly like this:

Here is a link that might be useful: x hybridus seedlings


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RE: what do seedling leaves look like?

Gardengals pictures look great- Here in Woodstock, Ga my newest seedlings are still very rough looking- the leaves have not seperated and are pale as I just pulled the leaf cover off them,Also they are lanky from trying to reach throught the leaves. When in doubt give them time!
Best regards,
Diamondcil


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