I had good success through early June with a few species developing true leaves and looking great in a partly sunny location. Then our June drought arrived and chipmunks found a nice source of food and moisture (my native seedlings). Seeing the bright side of my partly-ruined project, I took the larger view that native plants feed wildlife as one purpose. In that context it was not a complete failure for those plants that I lost. Unfortunately, I lost all but the ascelpias (swamp milkweed and butterfly bush), one echinacea, and the Joe Pye weed plants. These are now in the ground and flourishing (see photos). I hope to have flowers next year.