6 Replies to “06/09/2023 second wind for fluttermill primroses”

  1. Wow, that’s great! I love this species – need some in my yard. Did you start yours from seed?

      1. Oh thank you, but I can easily collect seed from wild spots in my neighborhood. I just have to remember to do it. No need for you to go to the trouble of mailing them.

        1. Oh cool! Better to get local anyways. I cold stratify them for 30 days and then have at least a third germinate within a month or so I think. I have also had some come up where I just planted them outside directly in the fall to overwinter.

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