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How to Grow Angelica
... is moist and deep. Propagation: Allow plant to self-seed or sow fresh seeds in early autumn. Seeds lose their viability within three months ... not propagate well by division or by cutting the offshoots. Growing: Sow angelica in early autumn where it is to grow. If you ... be cooked with tart fruits like rhubarb to reduce the acidity. Fresh chopped leaves may be mixed with spearmint and mayonnaise for a ...
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How to Grow Lavender
... of Lavender Site: Lavender needs a sunny, well drained site to discourage fungus disease. Propagation: Sow fresh seed in late summer and autumn or buy pots of rooted cuttings. Cuttings from strong ... 5 years. Harvesting: Gather flowering stems just as flowers open. Pick leaves anytime. Culinary Uses: Fresh lavender flowers can be used to flavor syrup for jellies. Mix 6 flowerheads into each ...
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Dicentra
... ) Other culture: may go dormant if dry out; divide after 3 years if needed Propagation: sow fresh seed or warm/cold/warm stratify; 3-4" root cuttings in summer or fall; fall ...
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... any true soil. They're sterile, light weight and free from weed seeds. Sowing Seeds Sow fresh seeds individually into each cell of your plastic packs according to package directions. The rule ...
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Floridata: Fagus sylvatica
... . The cultivars with purple leaves seem to be the least tolerant of hot summers. Propagation: Sow fresh seed in fall or stratify dried seed for 3-5 months at 40F (4 ...
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Floridata: Cotinus coggygria
... long hot southern summers. Propagation: Both male and female plants are required for seed production. Sow fresh seeds in a coldframe as soon as they are ripe in the fall. "Green" seeds ...
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Monthly Review
... it does not dry out completely or get over-watered. Propagating: Sow fresh seed in late summer and autumn or take stem cuttings during ... if a stronger taste is required, strain the vinegar and repeat with fresh herbs. Store as is or strain through a coffee filter or cheese cloth and rebottle. Add a fresh sprig of lavender for identification and visual appeal. 1 part ...
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Mahonia (Oregon Grape) Catalog
... from seed and germination can be a problem. The most common nursery practice is to sow fresh seed in the Fall and let a cold winter break the seed dormancy. When transplanting ...
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Picea mariana - Plants For A Future database report
... [185]. Propagation Seed - stratification will probably improve germination so sow fresh seed in the autumn in a cold frame if possible[80]. Sow stored seed as early in the year as possible in ...
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How to sow Radish Seed, germinate and care for them.
... PAGE Beginner's Corner Recipes External Resources Garden Fun What to Sow, Plant and Harvest Each Month Subscribe to Newsletter Previous Newsletters SEARCH ... -dug soil to a depth of 15cm (6in) with no stones or fresh compost in it. At the time of digging, add two handfuls ... little difference if it is done at sowing time. When To Sow Radish Seed Sow small amounts of radish seed but often to ensure a ...
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