Unusual plants are unusual for various reasons. One is that they are tricky to germinate/grow on.
I think the combination of 'unusual' and 'chuck and grow' will be difficult to find in a packet of seeds.
No bells ringing here.
Mowing certainly does for them.
It's an old thread Hosta, you've probably been paid already
Seeding is the invasive bit GD. It gets huge but it doesn't spread by runners.
I've got my eye on a huge one, It's got to go. I quite like them, but not everywhere. I could cut them before they seed but there wouldn't be much point in keeping them if I could have the flowers and the seeds
Hazel -- says:My fritillary leaves and bud look similar to this, Garden Noob.See original post
My fritillary leaves and bud look similar to this, Garden Noob.
Mine don't, not any of them.
I think punkdoc is right
it doesn't look like either of the bluebells to me.
The leaves and the flower buds look wrong