Carpinus Caroliniana (Ironwood Tree)

hoe_hoe_hoe(6b)May 27, 2006

Supposedly, if left to dry fully on the plant, the seed will take 18 months to germinate. If sown as soon as ripe it should germinate the following spring.

So, how can I tell when the seed is ripe enough for harvest?

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