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By Lulu33

Gloucestershire, United Kingdom Gb

This is a teazel question! There is a huge teazel growing behind my workshop. It overlooks the bosses kitchen garden and I am sure they won't want baby teazels everywhere.
I would like to keep it for the goldfinches but am thinking someone may come along and pull it out.
Would anyone know, if I chopped it down and put it in water would it still grow to seed?




unlikely. Iam afraid as the flowers open over a long period of time and the flowers need pollinating through the same period of time, then about a month for the seeds to ripen.

9 Jul, 2011


Oh that's sad. I will just leave it and hope no one notices!

9 Jul, 2011

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