Question re aquilegia from seed
I sowed some aquilegia seed from some plants earlier this spring from seed collected after the winter, so I assumed that the stratification process necessary for germination would already have taken place. I sowed the seed and placed the flat in the green house. I have no germination at all. Does the stratification process need to start again once the seed has been sown, hence the time suggested in the fridge? Or is my seed no good? I did transplant a whole bunch of little self sown seedlings which are doing great but I wanted a whole lot more.
Another question for those of you who grow this for cuts, which is your favorite blue? Which is your favorite variety for cuts? I have a white here, I dont know the name, but boy is it prolific and really long lasting. I would love a blue.
Thanks in advance.