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I think that would depend on where it's been til now LL. If it's been outside it will be fine. I think it should be OK anyway in water, not immediately exposed to frost. Water temperature doesn't drop as sharply as air temperature and the plant would have time to get used to it
What sort of poppies are they Jon?
landgirl I can't believe we wont get any winter weather for stratification. We always do eventually.
acers are real bleeders aren't they.
Acer negundo doesn't go well here and has never got to need any cutting but the field maples drip for days if I cut a branch off, even in the winter
I love a good seed collection landgirl
I've found this site quite useful for new seeds
I sow mine in autumn but now should be OK.
In pots, top with grit, leave outside to chill, they germinate in spring
Thanks Bob, I'll check those out as well. There's lots for them to eat naturally in my garden but watching them on the feeders gives me a lot of pleasure.
Sow them Tracey, I'm sure that's what higgy meant. Some may have been better sown in autumn but they'll be fine.
Kitchen under control again.
Plant society meeting this afternoon, drizzling outside. Maybe I'll feed the birds then play with the sewing machine, it will make a change from saws, loppers and shredder
Good morning peeps.
9.06am and I haven't done last night's washing up yet. Disgraceful.