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Seed Starting - Tips & Tricks
Below is a list of articles with the most recent ones listed first.
Starting Rhododendron Seeds Topic: Seed Starting
This article provides detailed instructions for scarification and germination of rhododendron seeds.
Published: Monday 19 January, 2009
Starting Ferns From Spore Topic: Seed Starting
Raising ferns from spore is a simple and easy means of increasing your plants or adding new ones to your collection. Most spore remain viable for a long time with the exception of the Osmunda family and one or two other lesser known species that produce green spore and remain viable for just a few d...
Published: Thursday 27 October, 2005
Starting Plants From Seed by Mary Palmore-Kleinhout Topic: Seed Starting
Seed wants to germinate, by its very nature there is nothing more important for a seed to do, and with your help, it can. Seeds, however, have built-in mechanisms to prevent them germinating at the wrong time, or in the wrong place, so it is up to you to convince the seed that everything ready to go...
Published: Monday 13 June, 2005
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