Tim Wells wrote:I think you will get very poor results.
Tim Wells wrote: Spend less time hoarding loads of seed and raise the few good seed you want to germinate in a protected area/ pot.
Tim Wells wrote:Or transplant self sown natives that tend to not get browsed. I found my native ashes, oaks, silver birch and elderberry dont get browsed to death and will establish unprotected.
Dan Boone wrote:Sadly our rescue dogs are not cat-safe. At all. Although I do have one ninety-pound black canine beast who is an enthusiastic mouser. It's quite funny watching her run-and-pounce.
Dan Boone wrote:But I did notice that in places where nothing germinated in the spring, I got plant volunteers after rain storms throughout the summer and a few times this fall, especially after the summer weeds began to die back. So I am now trying to convince myself that it is a long term investment in the seed bank, and that lack of immediate results does not equal total failure.