Yesterday was the day to transplant the seedling into individual pots. I hope my improvised 'cold frame' will keep them safe. It is actually my grilling place but it serves perfectly another purposes as well. The nights are a bit cold and I need to throw over the nylon cover overnight to keep my seedlings warm.
Last Spring was rather cold (this one is 4° warmer than an average!) and most of the seedlings were ruined. This year I sow all outdoors and have pretty good stock of kale, tomato, celery, parsley, tomatillo, lettuce and some flowers such as sunflower and lablab (hyacinth bean).
There were so many Hellebores seedlings in the flower bed and I pulled the best of them up and planted into the pots. They get back as soon as I finish tiding up the beds. These were all around the red flowered Hellebore, I wonder if they will too have the same flower colour.
(Mark, I hope this will help you identify your seedlings)