Growing Lady's Mantle From Seed - Knowledgebase Question

Name: Susan Sommer
Wyncote, PA
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Question by sagesue517
January 25, 2001
I'm fairly experienced growing plants from seed....Since lady's mantle is a perennial...is there any information on growth rates and whether it's a "two year" or more to bloom and to become 'garden ready'....also Verbascum...same question. Thanx


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Answer from NGA
January 25, 2001
In my garden, the lady's mantle self sows and these plants bloom the second year. I would expect transplants to do the same thing. Verbascum "Southern Charm" may bloom the first year if started early enough indoors, but typically the species blooms the second year, sets seed and grows as a biennial.

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