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Norfolk, MA

April 12, 2010
10:30 AM

Post #7699777

I've been growing Pulsatilla for about three years and love them. Until last year, I always deadheaded them. Last spring, I left the pretty seed heads on the plants. This spring, I have dozens of little Pulsatilla vulgaris plants flowering everywhere within 20 feet of the four parent plants! They went from seed to flowering in one year, so how can they be difficult to grow from seed? Beware those pretty seed heads!

This message was edited Apr 12, 2010 1:39 PM
St. John's, NL
(Zone 5b)

April 12, 2010
4:46 PM

Post #7700582

That's amazing...I've grown them many times from seed and at best, they flower after 2 years, often even longer! You must have perfect growing conditions.

April 7, 2013
5:55 PM

Post #9475180

I would not object to that. Never heard of that happening.

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