Flowers gardening

Collecting my English Bluebells seeds

My bluebells bloomed at the start of the year I have been waiting for these seedcases to dry out and it’s now July and they are just starting to dry and release.

Bluebells self seed but these I want to give away to friends, I have English bluebells which are protected so it will be nice to encourage more growing, especially where my friends live. They will turn into hardy little bulbs that will come back year after year.

You can plant the seeds in trays and monitor them or you can do natures job and just scatter them in autumn or early winter, which shows you how long my seed cases will take to dry out. The seeds should germinate pretty soon but bluebells take time and they normally take 3 springs to flower though full flowering will occur in the 3rd spring.

About DP

Hi, I am Dana. I am dyspraxic trying to function and get organised in my dysfunctional world. I don’t shy away from technology but I do have a preference for all things paper and analog. I am trying to organise our lives through my bullet journal, travel around the globe and save money!!! Impossible I know. I have a hard time believing that you should spend a fortune on one day. So, with my creative skills and frugality I will hopefully create my dream wedding without getting into debt. My bullet journal has been a life saver, so much that I now have 3. One for life, one for wedding planning and my last for this blog. I am lost without them. I have a wonderful partner, two fur babies ( Manhattan and Frank) a full time job that I love and my love of blogging. Please bear with me with my spelling and grammar I do proof read about 4 times but I still miss things. I won’t be offended if you correct me. So that’s me, I draw and teach art to both kids and adults and I believe anyone can create anything you just have to practice. I have had to try and try at organising, that is why I am the Dysfunctional Planner.

1 comment on “Collecting my English Bluebells seeds

  1. Pingback: Garden series part 4: collecting seeds – Dysfunctional Planner

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