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heapBuy tulip bulbs as soon as you find them but hold back from planting until late October-NovemberDig up gladioli corms after flowering to store until next springCollect seeds, lay them out to dry, then store them in labelled envelopesPrune rambling
in warmth or unheated.......plesse help!!!!!! The meconopsis group have a helpful website. http://www.meconopsis.org/index.html They say that bought meconopsis seed is notoriously hard to germinate and fresh seed collected in one's own garden has the best
is split my order between 4 or 5 different seed company's I have collected seeds from last year's chilli plant. Will they provide me with new chillis this year? Common sense tells me they should but my friend says they may grow but not produce fruit.
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from the past year to grow on and seed (flower/seed July and August). I collect and clean the seed an save it until late November when I sow the seed directly into the ground where it stays all winter. When the snow finally goes the seed are often
sowing.There are seed trays already stacking up in the greenhouse, and the propagator is working overtime. Luckily, there are lots of seeds that positively relish an early start. Perennials, for one: I sowed the Seed Club High-Value Perennials collection
nearby, but you don't have to have these in order to sucseed (excuse pun). That's clever. I usually collect in a margerine pot, blow, lose some seed and get a face full. Yes, yes that sounds very familiar. Mallow is worst since it's so powdery, like
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with the results. They are still flowering and I spent this morning collecting seed for next year. One word of caution though, slugs like them too.I gave a tray of young plants to a friend and they were demolished in one weekend. Is it necessary to pinch out dahlia
have white Agapanthus seeds too. I did try some before but left outside and weather got too cold for them. Works great - grew a dozen or so from seeds collected from a couple of Headborne hybrids I originally grew from T&M seeds. Best keep them in pots