Here's a couple of Pulsatilla species that I sowed indoors around March 26th. They were transplanted into the cedar planter that I built in late May, and are still quite small (the second true leaves only developed after the transplant). That's a Canadian dime (same size as an American 10c piece) in the pictures for scale.
|Pulsatilla pratensis subsp. nigricans|
The prairie crocus (Pulsatilla patens) seedlings that grew up with these guys didn't make it through the hardening-off process, but a seedling did appear May 30 in the wintersown pots, so there's hope yet.