It's been almost one month exactly since our last trip to the site of my wildflower seed experiment.
On the plus side, I now have a couple flowers blooming.
Unfortunately, they're very small, there's literally only a couple of them, and otherwise the garden looks nearly idententical (which means it's covered in growth under the apple tree in the back of the first photo, and that there's hardly any plants everywhere else).
Drat. Drat. Drat. Seed shakers and I are in a fight. I'm trying not to be discouraged, but honestly this doesn't look a whole lot better than the empty gardens of last summer.
Does anyone have any sage wisdom they would like to impart right now?
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