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Impatiens Peach Fizz Hybrid

Posted by DAZED77 Z11 (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 1, 05 at 21:28

Do these seeds (they look like tiny brown dots) take longer than others to germinate? 2 weeks so far no germination. They are made by NK Lawn & Garden, annual.


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RE: Impatiens Peach Fizz Hybrid

Noone? I will add a photo of the seeds (from theseedsite.co.uk. Just tiny brown dots)


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RE: Impatiens Peach Fizz Hybrid

Brown means they are ripe. Just give it time. I am pretty sure once you get them going you will always have them. In many tropical areas they are weeds.


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Thank you for your replies Mrimpatiens! I was just wondering, I am trying the kitchen towel method also i.e I placed the seeds on a moistened paper towel on a saucer covered with a plastic lid and placed in a sunny window. Was wondering what the germination rates were with this method? Does it make much difference from sowing in flats?


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