The meconopsis are holding well in the heat which has been above 30 celsius.
Misters were ready,but they seem okay without misting.
These are some of the first summer flowers.
Petunias from the new "Duo" pellets.
Coleus from "Duo" pellets.
And Morden Sunrise rose which wintered in unheated carport with styrofoam
rose hut over it.
Somehow I have too many jugs and/or boxes.
The boxes had cracks in the corners so the cracks are the drainage holes.
Begonia tubers were started mid March this year.
Last year I began in February and they were too lanky by June and many broke off.
Now on April 1, a few less than half have sprouts.
Anthyllis montana was started as seeds on moist paper towels and then
pricked out to soil.
It was recommended to be grown as an annual here.
I have since found it listed in a book on Hardy Perennials written for Alberta.
They are also called "Lady Fingers".
It is a pea like plant which I hope to use in containers and in the rock garden.