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Collecting Seeds and Cuttings

A group for all of us that are often found collecting seeds and cuttings from everywhere we go. Write about your experiences with collecting seeds and cuttings.

Location: worldwide
Members: 163
Latest Activity: Feb 15

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EASY & CHEAP - SELF WATERING CUTTINGS PROPAGATION 4 Replies

With this method my cuttings never dry out. I used a dish pan (50 cents at a thrift shop) and a terracotta pot WITH NO HOLE IN THE BOTTOM (50 cents at a thrift shop).  All you have to do is keep…Continue

Started by LARK (Wi. zone 5). Last reply by Bob (Z9B Florida) May 1, 2013.

Lavender Ladies Liberation Group 35 Replies

This is for everyone in our new "liberation" group wanting a t-shirt. Please post your sizes and everything here, so I don't have to bounce back & forth between groups, getting everyone's info.…Continue

Started by Melissa Clark - Texas, 8b. Last reply by Vicky Myers Mar 8, 2013.

Help for a New Person 7 Replies

How do I create a plant from a clipping? Thank you!Continue

Started by Tiffany Alton-Herrmann. Last reply by Tiffany Alton-Herrmann Jul 27, 2012.

Wish List 77 Replies

I've been looking for plants and didn't know where to ask, so I figured I'd start a Wish List discussion where we can add a list of what we are looking for. I just ask that when you receive what you…Continue

Started by Robin (N.IL zone 5). Last reply by Lisa Dent Apr 29, 2012.

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Comment by Garden Girl on February 27, 2012 at 5:00pm

Cindy, if you have enough seed, put some out now and save a few for backup.  I've done that a lot.

Comment by Grant, Scottsdale,Arizona Zone 9 on February 27, 2012 at 4:55pm

Cindy, if it was me, I'd wait until *after* last frost as they really do like warm temps.  That way if any early birds sprout and then you DO get a frost, they won't get zapped.  But I'm pretty conservative that way, so if you're a gambler, go for it.  :)  The seeds survive frost okay, but the seedlings don't.  Let us know what you decide to do and how it works out.  I do love morning glories too! 

Comment by Catherine Cronin (Ireland) on February 26, 2012 at 6:09pm

Green Snow...now that would be fun! LOL!!

Comment by Harry Larsen on February 26, 2012 at 5:41pm

If it snows on St. Pat's Day, I've a feelin' it'll be a bit O' the green variety.

Comment by Catherine Cronin (Ireland) on February 26, 2012 at 2:06pm

Well it's a party here too,but we don't dye the rivers, everyone just gets "plastered"..LOL! If it snowed on Paddy's day...everyone would just go to the pub and stay there till it thawed! LOL!

Comment by Robin (N.IL zone 5) on February 26, 2012 at 1:49pm

I don't think people here would stop even if we didn't have the resources, its one of the major party/drinking holidays here. When we were there for St. Pats day in '03 I was in shock because of the difference between a real Irish celebration and the Chicago/Illinois version. People thought I was crazy when I told them they dye the river green and drink green beer and have custom made floats and if you don't wear green you get attitude. So snow won't stop anyone here.

Comment by Catherine Cronin (Ireland) on February 26, 2012 at 1:37pm

Whenever we get snow here, the whole place comes to a standstill. We don't have the resources to cope!

Comment by Robin (N.IL zone 5) on February 26, 2012 at 1:34pm

Here there are always plans for a snowstorm on St. Pats day. But it doesn't stop anyone from being crazy.

Comment by Catherine Cronin (Ireland) on February 26, 2012 at 1:28pm

No, we do not take weather lightly here, anything could still happen with the way it went for the last 2 years! This year so far it has been too mild for comfort!

Comment by Robin (N.IL zone 5) on February 26, 2012 at 1:23pm

I didn't hink it snowed over there for St. Pats week. Aren't you in the clear already?

 

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Clare Oliva commented on Clare Oliva's photo
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First Beans From Second Planting of Pole Beans

"Pole beans are so easy to grow! Just plop the seed in the ground and make sure they have something to climb on. This is a new variety I tried this year. I just love the apricot-colored blooms. (And the beans taste good, too!)"
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Clare Oliva commented on Clare Oliva's photo
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Pinky Winkies Are Almost All Pink Now

"Yes, good eye, Keryn. The trees are just STARTING to show some fall color..."
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Clare Oliva commented on Clare Oliva's photo
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Early Fall Color

"Correct, Keryn. No frost yet. We usually get our first frost in early November, although it wouldn't be too usual to get one towards the end of October."
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Clare Oliva commented on Keryn, USDA Zone 10 Australia's photo
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Cercis Candensis, Forest Pansy blossom

"Just beautiful, Keryn. Thanks for posting the fall picture. Isn't it great when a plant has multiple seasons of interest?"
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Clare Oliva commented on Keryn, USDA Zone 10 Australia's photo
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Ribes Sanguineum, Flowering Current

"Interesting that your weigela grows and blooms in the shade. Ours is in full sun."
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Clare Oliva commented on Keryn, USDA Zone 10 Australia's photo
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Unknown bulbs

"No, Keryn, I have never seen these before. They do look a bit like freesia. Whatever they are, they are absolutely gorgeous!"
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Clare Oliva commented on Keryn, USDA Zone 10 Australia's photo
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Lanipranthus, orange and yellow

"Very interesting, Keryn. Your garden really looks great!"
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Keryn, USDA Zone 10 Australia commented on Beth M Z6/Pa's group Name This Plant, Flower, Bush, Tree...???
"I just had a thought and looked it up. They could Gladioli nanus, or dwarf , miniature , baby gladioli. Not as formed as the modern type ????"
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