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Is this one plant or a mass of seedlings?
Looks like a mass of love in a mist seedlings
Maybe I'll stop chilling Richard, it seemed to work but if it's not necessary I won't bother. Thanks.
aym, I don't think there's a quick way, if there was we'd all be using it. Fresh sown, germinate in spring, that's as quick as you're likely to get.
I germinated your blushing molly seeds, fidget, dozens of them. I'm growing on 5 or 6 at the moment, gave some away for a friend to grow on.
Not so much fun though Hosta.
Not sure that's Paeonia photoshopii, my original ID.
Looking at the stem I think it may be artificial.
Dove's right, no blue genes in paeonia
I would be interested in any small flowered clematis seed, Richard. I would be happy to send postage and any other costs. I've always sowed clematis fresh and overwintered outside, would they need the fridge if sowed now?
He's been around on the forum for ages, very good on clematis queries.
From previous name dropping I assume Richard Hodson. Forum member, runs clematis nursery, answers questions re clematis