Answer: Ligularia seeds are erratic in germination and can take 14-42 days to sprout when kept at 55F - 65F degrees. Sow the seeds on the surface of moistened seed starting mix and barely press them in with your hand. Cover the pots or trays with plastic wrap to help hold in the moisture and keep the trays in a cool room. The soil must be kept moist, but not soggy wet. The seeds need light to germinate (don't bury the seeds). Viable seeds should sprout 2-6 weeks after sowing.
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