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ltre
Mar 9, 2015 8:47 PM CST
I planted from seed last year the Pow Wow and the Cheyenne Spirit, in total about 400, They all bloomed the first year. I have checked and all are coming back. I am new at this but have hundreds of seeds from both and will give away since I don't need them.
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jvdubb
Mar 10, 2015 8:39 AM CST
Welcome! Itre!

How nice of you to offer seeds. I myself don't need them but I am sure you will have no problem finding takers for them.
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dragonfetti
Mar 10, 2015 8:57 PM CST
Welcome! Hi Itre! I joined in November and received a warm welcome from many. There is so much to read and everyone is so helpful and friendly I hope you enjoy the site. I made a few mistakes but the corrections were helpful and very nice. I just planted some purple and White Swan cone flower seeds and can't wait to see them flower!
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Name: Larry
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Seedfork
Mar 11, 2015 7:17 AM CST
I have planted the mix of purple and white coneflower seeds twice, I only got purple both times and a few that looked like a cross of purple and white, no pure white ones at all.

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Name: Roy
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Reartinetiller
Mar 11, 2015 9:36 AM CST
I grew and transplanted coneflowers last year, both purple and Cheyenne Spirit. They grew well but few blooms for the first year. Hope they produce this year. I got a bunch of seeds left that I just going to broadcast in different areas and wish for the best. Roy
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piksihk
Mar 15, 2015 12:22 PM CST
Welcome! to ATP! Thanks for offering your seeds, sent you mail.
I have many seeds available for trade. Check out my page.
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ltre
Mar 22, 2015 7:09 PM CST
All of these coneflowers are not the tall type, which I do have some, but grow only about 18" tall. Pow Wow and Cheyenne Spirit.
Name: Holly
Russian River Ca. (Zone 9b)
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Hollyhawk
Mar 23, 2015 5:10 PM CST
What a generous offer! You have mail. Thank You!
Name: Roy
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Reartinetiller
Apr 16, 2015 6:23 PM CST
Well mine are all up and looking great. Now I will broadcast some seeds. Roy
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Kettering (Zone 6a)
barbwire2
Oct 17, 2015 12:11 PM CST
Conrrads! Can I still put my cone flowers in ground from my pots here in Ohio or tell me the best way to save them. Thanks in advance.
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Weedwhacker
Oct 17, 2015 10:02 PM CST
Barb, I think you would be fine putting them in the ground now... or at least I hope so, I have a number of different perennials that I started from seed this year, in pots, that I'm going to put in the ground in the garden and then transplant to where I want them more permanently in the spring. You're in a warmer area than I am, but I always cover mine with some "floating row cover" and/or mulch to help protect them through the cold weather.
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