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Jun 18, 2016 12:21 PM CST

While searching the web for germination techniques on ugni molinae, I stumbled on garden.org. This website offers great pictures and some info about the species too.

My question is, how much light do ugni molinae seeds need?

I temporarily gave up searching for the answer and went ahead and started six in a bedroom dresser lacking total light and another six near south facing window.
Jun 18, 2016 12:43 PM CST
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You may not get an answer here as it's unlikely that many have tried the seeds or if anyone on here has, they may never see this thread.
I have one but I just bought mine as a 4" pot and it's a couple feet tall now.

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Welcome! You've found a wonderful group.
I had to look up the plant. There isn't much out there about seed germination. I only found this:

"Seeds are fairly slow to germinate, usually taking several weeks or a few months."
My guess is that your seedlings in your window will do the best. If you have a heat mat, that would help the germination.
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