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I've finally succeeded in getting one of these to survive and grow and it's going to flower.
Do I prune after flowering like R. sanguineum? and how hard?
Always worth a go I think.
Where are they now CB?
I never use heat Charlie. It discourages some seeds and only tropicals are likely to need it.
I set cerinthes in a pot of compost, not deeply buried, around March sometime, in the cold GH and wait
I've never soaked and they germinate well.
Thinks folks. I am a proud parent though I didn't do a lot. Paeonies are very easy to germinate. Fidget and landgirl gave me paeony seed as well last year and I expect action any time now.
Thank you, now all I have to do is keep them going
THEY HAVE GERMINATED
Only 2 so far but I expect more
OK MrsPryce, I won't.
I looks like a tulip to me. It's not too early