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Perennial Baby's Breath Seeds?

Posted by daylily77 5b/MI (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 20, 06 at 3:25

I would imagine that these seeds would be very small due to how small the flowers are, and therefore difficult to find. Does anyone know how to locate them and what they look like? Thanks a lot!

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RE: Perennial Baby's Breath Seeds?

Does anyone know? Here is a picture of it. I think it's called the creeping variety?


Ok now I'm really confused! I just looked up pictures of the creeping Baby's Breath and it looks nothing like these flowers! Are they even Baby's Breath? They definitely creep along the ground when they grow, and they're white and tiny flowers (in clusters). Please help! lol

RE: Perennial Baby's Breath Seeds?

Ok, if anyone is curious, I found out that it is 'Sweet Alyssum'.


RE: Perennial Baby's Breath Seeds?

thanks jennifer i have that too and wondered what it was. what looks like seeds (i think) are flat kind like tiny money plant seeds but mine are still green - maybe if they turn brown or do something i'll know they are seeds. thanks for the id. sandy

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