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Question: I am trying to grow impatients from seeds, it has been a week now and I don't see any sprouts, i have them in my garage, do I have to keep them warm,or must I spray them with warm water to make them grow?? I have never done this before, I need help

Answer: Impatiens seeds usually take 14-21 days to sprout so the only thing you need to do is have a little more patience. Your seeds will sprout in another week or two. Best wishes with your garden!

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