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I sow them in spring, they're very quick to germinate and to flower
Some of each Thirtybyseven
But make sure they're native wildflowers. Some of the wildflower mixes come from warmer areas. They'd probably germinate and die in winter or rot before germination
don't chuck it out
that's an exciting and interesting group of plants
That's probably it graham, I think it has a new name now
Definitely aroid not lily
It isn't hardy, just as you suspected kathy.
I saw it in a pot with a non-hardy phytolacca and a verbena I've forgotten the name of
Not sure I'd take something out of a GH and plant it this late in the year. Stand them outside for a month and see how they do.
I'll go with the phygelius votes
I think it's an arisaema.
Might be some sort of campanula