About three months ago I purchased some Buddleia globosa seeds and planted these in pots comprising fertiliser, but so far there is no obvious sign that any have actually appeared.
I say "obvious" because in the meantime loads of small round leaved weeds (clover, I think) have been popping up, almost from the first day. To start with, I carefully nipped these out so they would not crowd out the Buddleia if and when these finally deigned to appear.
But suspecting I may have been inadvertently weeding the Buddleia themselves, I decided to stop this weeding and let the Buddleia take their chances.
In a couple of the pots I have seen small pointy-leaved saplings which look different to the rest of the pesky weeds, and their leaves are more what I would expect a Buddleia (with its long leaves) to resemble.
So in summary, I wondered if anyone could point me to an image of a newly germinated Buddleia globosa plant.
While we're on the subject, does anyone know what kind of soil suits them best? I suspect the fertiliser I used may have been too rich or the wrong Ph, because the seed packets said they should sprout within about 30 days.
Thanks in anticipation.