Gingerfingers Posts: 28
So I've been collecting seeds from my late Grandmothers garden. For two reasons we're selling the property and she spend a lot of time in her garden so it's nice to have them in mine now to remember her and also because hey seem to have been very popular with bees.
so I have eryngium not sure exactly what type and echinacea. The latter I'll sow in spring. But eryngium googling suggests sowing now. Any recommendations to improve my chances. I have a lot of seeds so happy to try different options.
Eryngiums germinate well sown now, outside or a cold GH or cold frame. They'll either germi way. That stops the p[rocess.
If you've got plenty you can direct sow. They self seed in my garden but get swamped by weeds
In the sticks near Peterborough