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that's good Tracey
Some seeds need a period of cold after sowing to break dormancy. Hellebores for one, so if all your new hellebores make seed, don't collect dry and save. Sow and leave outside
What hasn't worked very well for me this year is stratification. There has been no cold spell. I've got the shed fridge full now and I'll leave them for another week or so then bring them out and see what happens
I got a euphorbia as well
I've PMd you artjak
It always seems a long time and it's always OH that spots the first shoots and I really have to get down to groundlevel and peer horizontally to see them.
Yours will come up. It always does.
3 weeks. I always find, no matter what it says on the packet, whatever the weather is like, grass takes 3 weeks. and look carefully, it's not green as it comes through, it's brownish til the green pokes out
I can't see it well enough but it's much too open in growth for box.
You could spray it with glyphosate while she's out Elkell
They're not bulbs.They're quite small,dark coloured corms
I think you're right Lyn, they always start down there