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Have to agree with Dove.. Since birds have moved into my garden, I get very few pests.
I did mine on the 3rd June. They are all still alive but I see no roots coming out of the bottom yet.
I keep telling myself patience is a virtue.
The seeds have been developing for a while so i'm hoping they will dry soon for me to get sowing.
I removed all but 1 today and got my Fuchsias and other random stuff put in
Agree with Perki, the flowers don't last forever
Regular deadheading helps promote new flowers and keeps the plant looking tidy
Im not too fussy on colour, I just love the smell and the bees love them too.
Do they generally come true from seed or will it be a surprise?
I guess so. I wanted to put some fuchsias in :P
Maybe I will just leave 1 Plant in to collect seed from.
This may sound stupid but can I collect seed from Wallflowers while the pods are green?
I want to get sowing my Wallflowers as I feel its getting late and I dont know if the seeds are ripe enough for sowing.
Those little buds are the flowers almost out. It will smell incredible especially when its warm
Still green here in South Wales. Just Imagine how nice they will be next year from your patience