Garden rebellion

Just can't stop breaking the "rules" can I? Now it's refusing to thin a batch of Larkspur seedlings. Yes, they're way too close together to give the tall, elegant look most people prefer, but they're going to grow anyway, right? I just want to see what really happens when they start flowering. I'm guessing they sprawl, look like a bushy mass of blue. Will let you know what happens next.



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