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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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