Anyone who followed my advise that as part mainly herbaceous plants in the fall should by now have received a lot of small baby plants. I warned as to the risk of the seeds from surrounding trees and shrubs could end up in såbrättet and several readers have contacted us with questions about how to ensure it is the right plant that has come up. So here are some close-ups of small plants that have come up in my brim. I hope the pictures will be helpful!
Celery plants below are fairly easy to recognize by its long, pointed cotyledons (as the first leaves formed after germination called). Sugar root protrudes slightly, because its leaves are smaller:
Kålväxterna are easy to recognize by their characteristic cotyledons:
Slide plants are a bit more difficult and actually similar to small birch seedlings a lot, I think:
Then we amarantväxterna as hablitzia and Blitum Bonus-Henricus that one can recognize the pink / red stems and cotyledons pointing diagonally upwards:
Myskmalvan in the mallow family develops quickly leaves that look like the adult plant leaves in miniature and is therefore easy to recognize:
Hassle The time finally has minimal plantain and is the most difficult of all to deal with, I think. Hard to believe that there will be a 2 m tall and quite robust salad plant of these microscopic plants:
All these pictures I've taken just before I started school about the plants in their own pots, so it looks like this in your såbrätten it is time for retraining. Good luck!