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when to sow hardy annuals: plains coreopsis

Posted by Micki777 6 PA (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 8, 12 at 15:37

a hardy annual. I bought several seeds form cheap seeds that were listed as perennials which may also be considered hardy annuals??
Another Clasping coneflower, and I knew about Gloriosa daisy.
Any experience with these.
I guess they are all wild flowers so they should do well. I believe they are good reseeders too.
One good thing they should all bloom their first yr and should bloom most of the summer.

Any suggestions or cuations on sowing these NOW,
thx again,
micki


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RE: when to sow hardy annuals: plains coreopsis

  • Posted by bakemom z6 Central Ohio (My Page) on
    Sun, Jan 8, 12 at 17:39

I did plains today. Rud is fine now. What is the latin for clasping coneflower?


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RE: when to sow hardy annuals: plains coreopsis

I did coreopsis, and Rudbeckia's. I moved them to a shaded area because their early sprouter's.


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RE: when to sow hardy annuals: plains coreopsis

Dracopsis Amplexicaulis - clasping coneflower
I kinda thought they'd be okay now.
Are you talking about
Rudbeckia hirta Gloriosa Daisy which is a hardy annual, bi and P depending on location? I would think it does not need stratified but can be sown now.
Thanks on the go ahead on the plains c.
and the information that they and the Rud. are early sprouter's.
Micki


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RE: when to sow hardy annuals: plains coreopsis

Your welcome!


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