Jan 042010

Flower                  Seed Head            Seeds

  3 Responses to “Echinops ‘Globe Thistle’ – Flower, Seed Head and Seeds”

  1. I would like to use your picture of a dried flower head for our educational children’s farmstead in Kansas. We are teaching children on how to take a flower, dry the flower head and use the seeds again. Please let me know if you can email me a picture of a dried flower head where the seeds can be seen. Thank you so very much.

  2. Hi Lisa

    Under my post Flowers And Their Seeds there are some seed heads that you can see the seeds. Have a look @ Peony, Rudbeckia and Hollyhock. I would be happy to allow you to use any of my photo’s for teaching the students. You should be able to copy the photo’s from here to your computer.

    I will also try saving some seed heads with their seeds to sent to you if you like.

    My email address is sherriebohan@shaw.ca

    Please forward me your email too.


  3. Sherrie:

    Thank you so much for your reply and for helping me with my quest to gathering information, pictures and materials to help teach the children and guest that visit our farmstead and gardens. You can google Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead in Overland Park, Kansas to understand where it is this material will be used. I really appeciate your help so much. Thank you!

    I would be happy to share a mailing address if you want it. Just let me know.

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