almost but not quite question

sue_in_nova_scotiaOctober 14, 2006

Hello all you pro seed persons, I have a question. Some of my plants such as hostas, pink meadowsweet, buddleia and a couple astilbes are not quite 'dry' I am in zone 5 and the colder wet weather is setting in. Is it possible to take them in a dry them inside. I am afraid they will rot before nature does its job. Thanks for any help. Susan

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webkat5(Z6a MO)

Not sure about all of them, but you may be able to get away with cutting the stem off of the Buddleja and placing it in a vase of water in a sunny window until it matures...

I have done this with quite a few different plants. It has already been pollinated, so you are just waiting for ripe seeds. Some cuttings won't survive in a vase for extended (waiting) periods.

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