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Clematis seeds

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Topic: Clematis seeds
Posted By: Nevpink
Subject: Clematis seeds
Date Posted: 02 Nov 2012 at 8:29pm
Hi I have collected some clematis seeds and I would like to know how long I can store them and where I was told to put them in a sealed envelope and store them in fridge is correct. Thanks nev pink


Posted By: ClematisGuru
Date Posted: 04 Nov 2012 at 11:45am
what type of clematis seeds are they? and why do you want to store them?
do you know if they are viable seeds?

In clems we trust!

Posted By: Ron.Carlile
Date Posted: 04 Nov 2012 at 3:36pm


The problem with storing seed is the longer the seed is stored the less germination you will get , The seed needs to be plump and viable or it is a waste of time storing it in the first place .  Brown paper bags are the best for storing if you must , as air can get to them . The seed must be dry on the outer case , but I find it fatal to heat dry them , as drying the inner seed kills them  . Best of luck with your seeds


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