perennial seed source. I'm pretty new to gardening and would like to start some perennials by seed over the winter. Any suggestions??
It depends on the plant. Black Eyed Susans do take two years for blooms, for instance, while I've had several varieties of echinacia (tennesseensis, purpurea, etc) that bloomed the first year.njrebo wrote:thanks for the help. I need to take sometime and look at these sites. I have heard that if you plant from seeds they usually don't flower the first year, is it true??