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G'Day to you all,
I recently got Spanish Fie seed, for a bonsai project, and would like to know how to stratisfy the seed, at what tempritures and for how many weeks, your assistance is greatly appreciated

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  • Posted: Mon. 6th February 2012 22:22

Re: Spanish fir seed

Reply from Kathy C

Hi, Russell.
Best way to stratify is create a 4:1 peat to water mix (enough to hold the seeds and will fit in a sandwich bag. Put the seeds in the peat, then in the bag and leave in warm spot for 2-3 days - long enough for seeds to swell. Then, put the bag in the coldest part of your fridge (just make sure it won't freeze).For A. pinsapo 'Glauca', leave it there for 21 days and then sow. If you don't have peat, use moist pieces of kitchen roll wrapped around the seeds.
Kathy C

  • Posted: Mon. 6th February 2012 22:31