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Q.How Do I Start Sweet Autumn Clematis From Seed?

Zone Presque Isle, Wisconsin 54557 | kathyainsworth@comcast.net added on September 18, 2021 | Answered

My seeds are currently in the freezer as instructed.

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Answered on September 21, 2021

In your area, it is best to start them outdoors. Like with your peony seeds, they will require several freeze/thaw cycles in order to germinate. They will take anywhere between one and three years to germinate. You can do this in one year with your freezer, just like with your peony seeds.

Once you do get them germinated, this article will help:


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