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How do snowdrops naturally divide?

Posted: 20/02/2016 at 12:20

That's interesting Berghill.  I shall have to check what mine are doing. The seed pods on the species Galanthus nivalis look full and the snowdrops spread everywhere but I've never collected them or opened anything up.

weed?

Posted: 20/02/2016 at 11:26

celandine, every little bit makes a new plant

Pretty yellow flowers though and disappears completely in the summer

How do snowdrops naturally divide?

Posted: 20/02/2016 at 10:00

Yes, I have a snowdrop and grass path Gv plus primroses and cyclamen.

 

Self collected seed not germinating

Posted: 20/02/2016 at 09:50

I don't struggle to germinate delphiniums but I struggle to keep them going in the garden. I only grow the annual ones now

How do snowdrops naturally divide?

Posted: 20/02/2016 at 09:48

Snowdrops seed about naturally

and the bulbs grow little bulblets from the base that grow into more bulbs.Left alone, clumps become very crowded and eventually produce less (or no) flowers but they will have seeded to create new plants by then.

My hydroponic greenhouse

Posted: 20/02/2016 at 09:44

rusty spade

Big spamming session on several threads yesterday, yours was one of them. By the time the spammer got to the 3rd or 4th thread people were getting p......d off with it.

Mods have removed it all now

Self collected seed not germinating

Posted: 20/02/2016 at 08:12

Neither of the seeds you mention need heat to germinate. Cold GH is good, or outside for the aquilegias. Hardy perennials never need heat to germinate. Heat will prevent some of them from germinating. Aquilegias and delphiniums are Ranunculaceae, many of that family need cold and fresh seed is always best.

Sown fresh, aquilegias germinate before winter. Sown cold in January they germinate in spring

Sand

Posted: 19/02/2016 at 22:59

Don't judge sand by its colour. It varies from one gravel pit to another. Texture is what counts.

Hydroponic Onion

Posted: 19/02/2016 at 16:25

It's James with the numbers that's been spamming Dove, rusty's post was nearly a year ago. James appears on several threads

Viburnum Opulus Cranberry Bush

Posted: 19/02/2016 at 13:46

Wiki says they're edible. 

They're not cranberries so are unlikely to taste like cranberries

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