delphinium and cornflower

corrine123(z6 PA)July 23, 2005

Hi everyone!

I am a fairly new gardener, and this year I would like to collect seed for next year. I am having a hard time figuring out how to best get the seed from my delphiniums, cornflower, and zinnia. Some seeds, like the marigold, I can easily find. Do I need to even collect my delphinium seeds, or will it multiply next year?

Thanks for answering my questions in advance!

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crash5456(North Ontario)

On the cornflower, after the flower dies, let it dry and turn just like a marigold does, it's the same way as saving the marigold seeds.

    Bookmark   July 23, 2005 at 7:37PM
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