Lupine Seeds - Knowledgebase Question

Dennis, Ma
Question by rhubarbpies
August 28, 2009
HELLO! A couple of wks ago I cut the seed pods from my lupine plants- can the seeds be planted now for next year? Should I wait until Spring? I live on Cape Cod - ( Mass.)
Thank you.

Answer from NGA
August 28, 2009


Lupine seeds germinate more readily if they experience a period of cold so I'd sow the seeds now and expect them to sprout next spring. Best wishes with your lupines~

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