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I did a quick search and it indicates being in too wet/cold soil over the Winter.
It should recover but maybe it would be a good idea to dig it up and replant it with some grit added to the drainage hole?
I did edit my post nut, you can get hardy Gerberas which grow very well in the UK as far as I understand.
Would be nice to identify a plant that you dont know!
I think this usually indicates erratic irrigation. Usually when it dries out then gets very wet again.
Could be a Hardy Gerbera?
The seedlings to the left look like Gerbera seedlings too
I'll keep an eye on them and see how they grow
I grew this seed last year from the same packet and had wonderful plants all Summer.
I thought it looked healthy too, its just those weird dark blotches, they look sort of transparent close up.
Hi all I noticed this strange look on my seedlings. The plants look healthy and seem to be growing fine but I was just wondering if I should be worried about it.
I would add some Multi purpose compost and possibly some sand/grit for drainage
Lavender thrives in Sunny conditions. How much sunlight do you get on this area?
Thanks for this tip Mike, I shall remember to inspect it regularly