Covered Impatien Seeds - Knowledgebase Question

Erial, NJ
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Question by nlimusmanno6
March 6, 2000
I sowed Impatien seeds today and covered them lightly w/ peat moss. Then I read that they should NOT be covered. Should I plant again? or let them go?

Answer from NGA
March 6, 2000
Most impatiens need light to germinate, so you might want to try again to be on the safe side. Be sure to keep them in a bright location but away from direct sun while they germinate.

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