Old Difficult Seeds to Germinate

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  1. tkhooper

    tkhooper Seedling

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    I have some old seeds that I have traded for and never used. And now i don't want them in my garden. Would anyone be interested? These maybe as old as 2007.

    Nemsia
    Penstemom
    Peony Poppy, Papaver Paeoniflorum
    Aster Frikerii (Does not breed true)
    Chrysanthemum "Coconut Ice"
    Korean mums
    Lamb's Ear Stachys Byzantina
    Lamb's Tail (can not find on the net it maybe misnamed).
    Dusty Miller (local rabbits love it)

    I don't need any seeds at this time. Even sorting these out I have more than I have beds that I can plant them in.

    It would be nice if you could send an SASE. But we can discuss that if you are intereted.
     
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  3. toni

    toni Mistress of Garden Junque Staff Member Moderator Plants Contributor

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    Chiastophyllum oppositifolium

    Ptilotus exaltatus 'Joey'

    Sedum morganianum

    All have Lamb's Tail as a common name...do a google.com search to see if one of these is what you have.
     
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    tkhooper Seedling

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    Thank you toni. It's just a packet of seeds so there is no way to know until they germinate. Something I just not willing to do since i don't have a sample patch in my garden at this time.
     

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