Foam Flower Seeds
I have a woodland area and wanted to fill it with foam flowers, so I bought some seeds, and it really seems like a lot of work, plus, I don't seem to do well with seeds. I was told to plant them in a flat, keep them at 70 degrees for two weeks, then refrigerator for 4 weeks, and then set the tray outside. Then I learn that they are a spring plant. Has anyone done this? Or even tried another method? And why couldn't I just bury them in the ground or throw the seeds out where I want them? Then I found the plants at Lowe's and just bought one since they are so expensive.
Does anyone have any suggestions?
I just want a nice pretty ground cover for a large area in my woods, not hosta as the deer eat it. I have ferns and ajuga and wanted to try these.