Answer: I have had the most success with starting lupine seeds by scratching the seed coat. All I do is nick the seed with a nail file or sharp knife. The seeds are then planted in sterile, soilless mix to which I have added a few handfuls of sand. Because you do have such a short growing season, it probably is best for you to get a head start on things by starting your seeds indoors.
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