Planting bluebells seeds.
I have been rather successful in nurturing a crop of native English bluebells in a shady area of my garden.
They are now starting to produce seeds which I am collecting and preparing to plant.
So my question is: What is the best method and manner of planting bluebell seeds? (not bulbs)
The count is up to 952 (!!) and that's nearly all the seed pods opened now.
So, I'm waiting for the other plants to die back a little and then I shall proceed.
any advice on whether I should pre-treat the seeds before planting by putting them in the fridge. Quite a few websites seem to think this is a good idea.
Since our winters are getting warmer, the trick is supposed to help trigger the germination.
On plant Hyacinthoides non-scripta
- 2 Jul, 2009
Hyacinthoides Non Scripta
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