I am looking for seeds from the wild of sunflowers Helianthus annus Ipomoea pandurata, Passiflora incarnata and lutea, any perennial native Hibiscus like palustris, laevis, coccineus and so on
Thanks for your help!
Is there a particular reason? There are lots of wild sunflowers around here with multiple seedheads, small seedheads, and small seeds. They are usually fairly drought tolerant and abundant, but the small birds love their seeds. I might be able to try and collect some.
Also Malva neglecta is a common weed here. In the mallow / cotton / hibiscus family.
It's just out of interest. I grow sunflowers from time to time and saw all kinds of variations. What is sold here in Europe as genuine H.annus are only small head-covered varieties of domesticated origin. Even in botanical gardens. I have never found volunteers. I would like to test it with the wild. But this is only the second thought. It's just interest.
Location: Lueneburg, Northern Germany, Europe Zone 7b