Climbing Fumitory, Adlumia fungosa Seeds - AKA Mountain Fringe, Allegheny Vine,
A rare and exquisite climbing poppy relative from North America. In spring rapidly ascending stems carrying corydalis-like ferny leaves, and thousands of pink, dicentra-like flowers which can quickly cover a framework or shrub. Although it is biennial, it is easy to grow and self-seeds readily!
Common name: Allegheny vine
Plant Classification: Hardy climber
SOWING ADVICE: SOW SEEDS AT ANY TIME ONTO A GOOD SOIL-BASED COMPOST COVERING SEEDS WITH FINE GRIT OR COMPOST TO APPROXIMATELY THEIR OWN DEPTH. WE RECOMMEND GERMINATING AT 15 TO 20 DEGREES C. GERMINATION MAY BE VERY SLOW, PERHAPS 2-3 MONTHS, OR SOMETIMES MUCH LONGER, AND THESE SEEDS MAY SOMETIMES WAIT FOR SPRING BEFORE EMERGING. GROW ON INDIVIDUAL SEEDLINGS IN 3 INCH POTS BEFORE FINALLY PLANTING WITH CLIMBING SUPPORT IN A WELL-DRAINED SPOT OR VERY LARGE POT.
Materials: Climbing Fumitory,Allegheny Vine,Adlumia fungosa Seeds,Mountain Fringe