The seedlings are really starting to pop too. I noticed the first 12 sprouts two weeks ago. Then last week there were 619. Today there were 2,520 so it won't be long until the greenhouse will be full of new seedlings all in bloom.
Shown below is the first rose bud forming in the greenhouse. This is not of a seedling, but is of a cutting of a wild rose that I brought back from Fairbanks, Alaska this past July. It is probably a Rosa acicularis since I think that it is the only wild rose that grows there. I may have to learn how to freeze pollen since I don't think I will have other roses in bloom when it opens.