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Growing Flowers from Seed

If you have a bunch of old seed packets and they are outdated or you don't know how old they are, find a spot and mix them all together and see what grows. I've seen some beautiful flower gardens grown this way.

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In the fall when you are cleaning up your flowers, you can also toss the plants off into one place and the seeds will germinate and grow into a nice mixed garden.

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In April, the rains came and came and wouldn't stop. Beginning May, everything is drenched in rain, including my hanging baskets. I started reworking the soil in my hanging baskets and planted nasturtium seed that I had soaked overnight.

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August 30, 2011

Can you plant the seeds from the dried up pods after the flower has bloomed? Will they bloom the next summer?

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August 30, 20111 found this helpful

It depends. What kind of flower is it?

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