So I saw these seeds at the store the other day and I had to have them. Sucks that they didn't sell them earlier in the year. Believe me, I checked multiple big stores.
I was going to save these seeds for the upcoming spring. Germinate then in Jan/Feb and set them out in March.
However, I went through their botanical names and it says that Delphinium Ajacis seeds only last one season. This is some kind of rocket larkspur (I think). I didn't write down the common names. Luckily right now is the time to plant them. So I'm going to germinate all of my Delphinium Larkspurs and plant them, and harvest their seeds for next year.
Has anyone else used these seeds?
And can anyone tell me, if you can, if there are anymore seeds in here that are viable for one season? Meaning I have to plant NOW and collect seeds for next spring???
I looked them up already, but some sites don't list seed viability duration. I'm going to look again.