you may need to reduce the size of the image as well, I reduce mine to 30%
I need to do some transplanting, plants always seem to germinate right at the edge between garden and path
I think spring is a bit early. They're naturally biennial but will do annual if sown early. Once they get established they fall into their own natural rhythm and stay for ever
Mine are over but only because I pulled up the last few to make room for more plants
i don't think it's a dahlia but I'd need to see the whole plant and the leaves.
not a succulent.
Plants are green basically, from the chorophyll.
Fungi don't have chlorophyll.
Is it indoors or out? The picture looks like a pot on a bench.
some of those MPCs are very soggy, if you've got one that doesn't drain it might be worth repotting in something better or add lots of grit to the one you've got
These are hardy plants and can be outside. I don't grow delphiniums but astrantias disappear in winter to reappear in spring.