Pamina Windflower (Anemone) how to plant seeds?

heavenlyfarm(zone 6b)November 1, 2013

Hi,
This year, I got a 'Pamina' Windflower (Anemone hybrida) and I love it!! With a little bit of searching on the plant and the internet, I found out what the seeds are and plan on collecting some this year! From the name, I'm guessing it is a hybrid so it might not produce anything that looks like the mother's blooms but I still wanna try and see what I can get! Unfortunately, I cant really find anything specific on how to plant these seeds! Anyone have experience or can give me advice on sowing these seeds? :)
Thanks
~michael

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morz8(Washington Coast Z8b)

This seems to be an anemone hupehensis cross. The normal suggestion for a. hupenhensis is to sow at 68F, if no germination in 3-4 weeks, provide a brief moist chill of 2-4 weeks (40ishF), then bring back to warm for germination.

Sometimes knowing a moist chill may help to break dormancy, it's a time saver to just begin with that and not wait to see if necessary. It won't hurt the seeds if they would have germinated without it, and may help.

    Bookmark   November 1, 2013 at 11:31AM
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