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nutcutlet

I've got one started in almost total shade now. I don't know if the paeonies like shade but the flowers last longer. I'm expecting that to flower next year. I had dozens of flowers on the big molly but she just doesn't make many fertile seeds. It's always like that, years now, so can't blame the weather. What I do get germinate though

Diddydoit

I have heared that peony dont like the morning sun,but i dont know if that is true or not.

nutcutlet

I think that is true Diddy. To do with rapid thaw of frozen buds early in the season

I have just acquired some Chile black scabious,silvery sea holly(not wilmots ghost) and white cosmos.

It is good to look after people's gardens whilst they are on holiday 

nutcutlet

I'd like some of the Chile Black please cotty, I've lost mine 

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Diddydoit

Can i have some also cotty?.

Of course. Not sure if it is a bit on the tender side as it has been planted this year.

Diddydoit

no problem,thank you.Have you seen my list to see if you would like anything,

Diddydoit4u I have PM you my address and seeds wanted thanks

I sent you a message the other day saying which of your seeds I'd like. I think I am going to be busy next year with all these seeds.

The problem with collecting seeds off plants that you haven't grown,is that you are unsure of how to grow them. I imagine the Chile black are sown like other scabious.

nutcutlet

chile black germinate any time cotty. My problem was keeping them not gernminating them. I should have kept more of an eye on how they were going.

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 Paeonia mlokosewitchsii (molly the witch) showing flower and  open seed pods.

Diddydoit

sometimes it,s nice not knowing what they are,not knowing is part of the fun.I can understand if you have regimental borders,how-ever you could keep a seed chart and just google the info for the seeds.

Diddydoit

Fidgetbones,what are the orange ones in your photo,and can i have some seeds from it please!!!!!!!!.

fidgetbones

I have Nigella papillosa (big seed heads) if anyone wants to to save seed.


 Also an unnamed salvia? , that is bone hardy perennial, rosettes of hairy leaves, spikes of whorls of lavender blue flowers that the bees love. will flower from june to september with deadheading. Originally grown from RHS seed but I lost the label.


 

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nutcutlet

all those Molly seeds fidgetbones

I'd be embarassed to post a picture of my (non)seed heads

fidgetbones

I think you mean the Euphorbia griffithii  fireglow, diddy. I just dug a load out. I never get seed off this. You can have a chunk of root when it dies down. It does tend to spread though. The leaves turn red in Autumn.

Diddydoit

I woold love a root from it,and i will keep it cotainered.

                                  


 

Diddydoit

I have just been looking on ebay at peony and rose seeds,you should see some of the colours you can get from china.

http://thumbs2.ebaystatic.com/d/l225/m/mFnEzK--BNEZn_QLDCgjP4Q.jpg

 
http://thumbs1.ebaystatic.com/d/l225/m/mubZzNG1VzLmcxqbmb2TWMA.jpg

http://thumbs1.ebaystatic.com/d/l225/m/mrT6ETWa0-quZ5CoBw78ZcA.jpg

 

gardeningfantic

hi everyone..

staceydocherty... i have recieved yr seeds thank you and posted out your astrantia and D. grandaflora to the addi on the back.

pottygardener.. i have posted out your dwarf cosmos

nutcutlet... i have posted out yr d. grandaflora also..

hubby sent them and said had sent them by second class instead of first and is very sorry for that..

so should be with you all in next few days