Monday, May 18, 2009

Winter Aconite Seedheads: how Winter Aconite self-seeds

As a follow-up to my several posts from March about winter aconite in bloom and spreading, they have now formed their seedheads (pictured) by which they will self-seed.

4 comments:

GardenJoy4Me said...

Thank you for posting this .. I have these cute little guys too .. and wondered about them self seeding eventually : )

abby jenkins said...

I need seeds! Always deep in spring planting mode by this time of year, focusing on spring and summer blooming babies. Thanks for the reminder to put those on my wish list!

lynn'sgarden said...

Cool seedheads on the aconites...do you collect them to scatter or let it do it's own thing? Also, I really enjoyed your bloom day post..great photos!

heirloomgardener said...

Lynn,

I let them do their own thing!

-HG

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