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Anyone winter sow Foam flower?

Posted by zenpotter z4 MN ( on
Mon, Mar 6, 06 at 7:46

I posted the question on the winter sowing forum and haven't gotten an answer yet so I will try here.

I have Tiarella wherryi-foam flower and would like to winter sow it. Have any of you had any luck with it? I get conflicting information when I look it up.


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RE: Anyone winter sow Foam flower?

I am starting some the WS way for the first time this winter also- I have had Great sucess with Heucherella so I believe this should be a great way to start these as well, as long as the seed is viable....
Best of luck-

RE: Anyone winter sow Foam flower?

Julie, Thanks for the info. I will go ahead and plant them.


RE: Anyone winter sow Foam flower?

I think it would work also. You could always reserve some for an alternate, backup method.

RE: Anyone winter sow Foam flower?

Good idea I will do that.

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