Posted 02 May 2019 - 06:34 PM
I planted eleven of these (yellow) in a remote rain garden last week. Sort of a guerilla planting, I guess, I likely won't be able to check on them again until June. But the soil is deep, rich, and well-mulched and from watching radar images, there's been plenty of rain to get them settled in. Plus the whole space is enclosed in tall chain link fence with barbed wire at the top. If they survive and produce, I should have plenty of isolated seeds for these.
I moved my original plant outside today. It was planted 160309. It struggled this winter, but made it through alive. Likewise with one started last year from seed from the first one. Once they perk up and put out some new leaves, I'll post some pictures of them.
Plants are people, too.