Second round of seed sowing
In flowers, the stunning blue lobelia has become a staple in my garden. I always start the seeds early in the year because they grow so slowly. Once the plants starts blooming, though, they keep going all summer. With short mounds of tiny blue flowers, lobelia is perfect along edges and tucked at the base of taller plants. I haven't yet found another flower that matches the depth of lobelia's dreamy deep blue.
The last one in the row is Dusty Miller. It's silvery foliage will make a nice filler for the flower boxes. This is the first time I'm trying this one from seed.