New reply from carmenbeatty

<p>Depending on your climate, alstroemeria should be planted in the spring, early summer, or fall. Planting is best done when the temperature is between 40 and 50 degrees Fahrenheit and does not surpass 68 degrees. As long as your Alstroemeria is in a temperate region, you may grow it inside at any time. <a href="">tiny fishing</a></p>

Original Post by CPH

Growing alstroemeria from seed

<p>Advice on pack of Thompson & Morgan alstroemeria seeds says to sew seeds and keep at prescribed temperature for 3 weeks, then in fridge for 3 weeks and then take from fridge and await germination. My question is, if seeds should begin to germinate in the initial 3 weeks prior to going into fridge, should they still go to the fridge or not? I'd like to hear some thoughts.</p>


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