Yes, these plants were started from seed in late winter to early spring of 2012. In the first picture there is actually 2. As you can see, they are very easy to grow. HOWEVER, the reason why I want/need to get rid of them is because they do require more water than once a week, now that they are established. They did survive the below zero temps this passed winter looking evergreen or semi-evergreen. I would like them gone by the end of September. Please specify when you would like them sent. They do handle being in containers in the heat remarkably well too. Of course, if you would like seed, please let me know so I can collect some if I can.
The seeds were given to me labeled only as Leopard's Bane. I believe them to be Arnica montana.
Ha ha ha. Yes. In fact, I did send you 4. 2 of them are small. I think they were getting crowded by the bushier ones. There were a couple more growing than I thought and I found that out when I started digging. I am saving one for myself and seed trades.