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Mallow Seeds - questions...

Postby conniepr » Aug 16, 2011 3:07 pm

I bought two Mallow plants this year for my deck planters, not realizing they were perennials. They grew fast and flowered goreously! My mom wants them in her yard now next year. Today, I just discovered black seed pods drying where the flowers are dying back. Can I scatter the seeds now for next year, or is there something else I should do with them (have never tried anything with seeds so consider me as needing "seeds for dummies" type of instructions).
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Re: Mallow Seeds - questions...

Postby Smitty » Aug 16, 2011 3:44 pm

yes you can!! Careful tho...here at least they can tend to get a bit weedy ie..they are coming up in my driveway! not all mallows are perennials..some come back from seed only
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