Anemone blanda from seed

mayflower57(6)April 13, 2007

Would like to propagate Anemone blanda by winter sowing. When is the best time to collect the seed? Any experienced advice appreciated.

Thanks!

mayflower57

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remy_gw

Hi Mayflower,
Being such a tiny plant that goes dormant in summer, you are just going to need to keep checking the seed pods after flowering is done. You should be able to tell when the pods are getting completely ripe. If you feel unsure, you can always check one pod instead of harvesting them all.
Remy

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