I have plenty silver dollar seeds for anyone who would like to have some. If you have an area where you don't have to have plants in a geometric design, these plants have pretty lilac flowers....then the green discs...and last the dry stalk with the silver discs that you can use for dry flower arrangements. It takes about 2 years before you get a decent stalk.
I have a corner in my backyard that I left sort of wild for these plants. You just scatter the seeds and they germinate nicely. Although they can be invasive, they ar easy to control. It's not like small plants with many offshoots. When they grow they look somewhat like viotet plants....easy to spot and get rid off if you don't like where they germinate.
Don't bother to send me a SASA....just PM you address.
Stella you have a PM
Got it! Sent one out to you as well. Will mail the seeds this week without fail.
Two requests so far. More seeds available.
Gitti and Snowdaisy I mailed the seeds today. You should get them next week.
If anyone else wants silver dollar seeds, just send me a PM. I don't know the botanical name for this plant, but when it's dry, you have semi oval translucent discs.
Gitti, you have a PM
Snowdaisy, you have a PM
Thank you Stella
You are more than welcome Gitti. Hope they germinate for you. These plants are sought after by many people. What is nice is that you can add them to dried flower arrangements. On a sunny day, the silver discs (translucent), look like ivory/pearls.
Here is a picture of what they look like for those that have never grown them.
Thank you Stella! I'm looking forward to receiving them!
You are welcome. These plants are easy to grow.
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