Q.What types of seeds are these?
I bought some Diphylleia grayi seeds online and when they came, another name was attached to the paper that came with it. The seeds I got are dark in color and oval in shape. I can’t find any pictures of the seeds online to compare them to confirm if they are Diphylleia grayi seeds. Can you help?
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I couldn't find a seed photo either. If the plant package has a different name I would contact the seller to explain. If he says it is skeleton flower, go ahead and plant it in rich, well-draining soil in part shade with lots of organic matter.