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Don't throw your seed flats to early...

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Don't throw your seed flats to early...

Post by Admin on 29th August 2009, 21:13

If you don't get any germinations in your first year... don't throw your seed flats away... they still might come up. Some rose seeds take a LONG time to germinate. I have just had some seeds germinate in a pot from last year, and more from this pot are still coming up. These are open pollinated Rosa pimpinellifolia seeds and it is well known that many of the spinossima-type roses have long germination periods.

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