Propagating Native Plants: Gregg’s Mistflower

mistflower2 mid sept 2014
Conoclinium greggii

When to sow: Spring or fall. Plants will produce flowers the first year.

Special treatment:  Air dry the seeds a few days. Refrigerate seeds if storing.

Fresh or dried seed: Dried.

Planting depth: Press into the soil and barely cover the seed.

Preferred temperature for germination: 68-86º Fahrenheit

Days to germination: 1-2 weeks

Vegetative propagation: Will easily root from stem cuttings taken in summer or fall.

Thanks Mr Smarty Plants

 

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One thought on “Propagating Native Plants: Gregg’s Mistflower

  1. This propagates so freely for me on its own. Ive collected some seed but probably will just share it. I’ve grown to appreciate this plant…i wouldn’t call it beautiful but of all the natives on my property the butterflies seem to love it best – so now i love it too :)

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