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P. suberosa seed starting

17 years ago

I just gathered some ripe suberosa fruit from my small vine that I have growing in a container and was wondering if you folks had any hints as to starting these seeds? The actual seeds must be tiny as the fruit is so small. I have had a few babies come up from an area where I just tossed the fruit at before and forgot them but I'd like to monitor their germination. I really would like to start a large number of suberosa, incarnata and biflora for use as fodder for my caterpillars.

Should I just plant the entire fruit while it is still fresh? or wait til it dries out?

Use soilless mixture or reg. potting mix?

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