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I'm not sure it is a teasel, the texture seems wrong. Can you do a few more photos please
Just leave them outside. The temperatures fluctuate and that does the job. Fresh seed germinates in the first spring, bought seed you may have to wait 2 springs
The 2nd photo has a Salvia turkestanica behind a sunflower. (The top flower)
I'm sure we will landgirl, thank you
I hope you make it chicky. Sorry the rest of you are too far away
I'll try and get some more pics
The seeds are at the base of the feathery bit Voyagerxp.
Wait til they're very dark in colour and remove easily.
Sow them straight away and leave outside over winter
Just one of the reasons for me Jo
I do know Zenjeff. Get some hardy perennials, astrantias maybe, and sow those
I've got a few seeds I'm not going to chill and the rehmannia is one of them. One potential problem at this time of year is quick germination and babies to see through winter with only a cold GH.
That and rotting of seeds that can't deal with our climate
Autumn sow is essential for some plants. The chill breaks seed dormancy