D. anglica seeds

Hello everyone.. today may be your lucky day! Or next week, or sometime again in the future..

I have, for free, some wild collected seeds on a first come first serve basis. I have D rotundifolia (multiple locations) and D anglica. These will be offered here on a random basis when I have the time to package them.




First up..

D anglica Vancouver Island ~25 seeds per pouch
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Please note: D anglica can hybridize with D rotundifolia, and, I cannot guarantee that these will germinate as D anglica. I can say though, that these seeds came from confirmed D anglica mother plants, and the seeds look entirely different than D rotundifolia

As previous formats suggest, please copy/paste this list and add your name to it; then, send me a PM with title "yourname - D anglica freeseeds" with your mailing address. I will hopefully be able to send them out this week!

Goodluck to all that are interested! I have one other seed stalk that i need to 'de ziploc' and will have another offering of similarish size in the future.
 

Muckydoo

Seedling
I'd love some seeds!

1. WillyCKH; thank you! :)
2. Muckydoo
3. Lloyd-thanks!
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Muckydoo

Seedling
Since these are from Vancouver Island, what are the chances they can survive a zone 3 winter?
I know they grow way up north, but those ones might naturally be tougher.
 

Raymond

Carnivore
As long as you get some snow cover you should be great
Since these are from Vancouver Island, what are the chances they can survive a zone 3 winter?
I know they grow way up north, but those ones might naturally be tougher.
 
They were collected from a very Alpine location, and agree that with proper mulching they would be fine. Or, you could fridge them as soon as they formed hibernacula? They don't need light like flytraps during dormancy... I think?

Lloyd and 1337, sent me a PM :)
 
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