Downstairs on the light table - things are percolating away. Good Germination on:
Coriander 'Delfino' - a fern-leaf coriander. I saw it growing at a test site at Stokes - was very impressed with how attractive the plant was and how it really didn't taste like coriander - a plus for me. Will have to watch it though, noticed that 10% of the seeds just seem to be growing fungus - will have to be careful with my watering.
Browallia 'Marine Bells' - have had problems with this for the last 3 years or so with wilt. So far they look like solid little seedlings - germination about 60 percent so far. (Stokes)
Cleome 'Sparkler White' - sitting on the heat cables - looks like I've got a couple of seedlings starting to grow. A little ahead of the germination schedule on the Stokes package.
Rudbeckia Cappuccino - lots of little plants. Not sure if those I put in the garden last year that I enjoyed so much will be annual or perennial - am hedging here. Great germination for year #2 for seed package (Veseys).
Rudbeckia Tiger Eye - about 4 seedlings so far - think I planted 30 seeds, hope that I get more as the week progresses. (Stokes)
Dianthus 'Dulce white to pink' - seed package from Park - about 3 years old - tossed it in the pot just to see - excellent germination.
Greek oregano - OPA! (Stokes)
Echinacea 'Pink Parasol' - Last year's seeds from T&M. Excellent germination.
Verbena 'Imagination' - McKenzie sample sent to me in January, from the seed package it looks to be a very nice dark purple - germination is 7 days faster than expected.
Under the still nothing category:
Monarda 'Bergamo'(Park, but old seed), Penstemon mexicale Sunburst Ruby (Jelitto) and Heuchera 'Melting Fire' (William Dam - really old seeds). Hope spring eternal.
Lots more to plant, but will have to wait until tomorrow - shade presentation tonight at the hort society and a tonne of paperwork to climb through. Snow almost all gone. Can life get any better?