Thursday, July 15, 2010


Today after yesterdays heavy T-showers and windstorms,
many plants were horizontal instead of vertically.
After inspection rearanging binding and cutting, I saw many plants had formed seeds.
So I collected some to sow.

mostly you don't know what color you get and being surprized is fun too.
But I collected some seeds of the white foxgloves (vingerhoedskruid) and some of the pinks.
to have them separate.
You easily have thousands of seeds in a few minutes.
and some white (Aquilegia) Akelei.

1 comment:

Beth Niquette said...

It is always amazing to me, how different each seed is. Every flower has its own special-shaped seed. I am awestruck when I think about it.