Pacific Giant Delphinium selfed?
Last season I grew a few Pacific Giant Delphiniums. Two of the plants did very well, both of them a light blue with a white bee. They were growing in the same lg. container. At the end of the season, I gathered a number of seeds. I now have a dozen plants ready to transplant. I have read that commercial seed growers collect seed from open pollinated P.G. Delphiniums. So,is it safe to assume the traits are set. Should I expect light blue plants identical to their parents? thanks, Sam An aside. These seed were gathered this autumn and germinated readily without any special treatment. There is truth to the warning that fresh seeds germinate far faster and easier than older ones.