I don't know where I read this but somebody mentioned that they broadcast their larkspur seeds in the snow where they want them to grow and when the seeds sink and make contact with the soil beneath them, they begin to grow. Did I imagine this? I planted some in peat pots and planted them outside a few months ago or was that allium? Will have to read over my garden diary notes. I have read that a lot of people wintersow them in milk jugs and are successful and some just direct sow them in the Fall for next Spring blooms. Guess I'll have to experiment all ways. Won't the birds scoop up the seeds that I broadcast in what's left of our snow?