Dusko Bojic wrote:Hi all,
I acquired Siberian Peashrub seeds and would like to make sure I did it right. I soaked the seeds in water for 30 hours and then placed it on top of potting soil which I mixed with a bit of sand. I then covered the seeds with thin layer of sand. Im watering from underneath. The pot is placed into a dish filled with water so the soil can such it as much it needs. The pot is inddor beside a window. Temp in that room is around 12 degress Celsius.
I started keeping bees in top bar hives and would love to give them this nectar giving shrub.
Any suggestions? If so far is done correctly how do I proceed if it starts growing?
Much better to do this: sown the seeds in pots outside, in freezing weather, and let it be for about 1 month or even 2 months. Because these seeds in nature need cold stratification.
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