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Darren67Andrews wrote at 2013-01-16 01:26:27
You can even use the Wild blueberries you get at the supermarket in the frozen foods section. A few blueberries will give you hundreds of seeds. Add a little water. A blender works best, blend them up or smash them in a bowl. Drain off some water after 5 minutes, (when everything settles)add more water, until juice is clear you will start to see lots of tiny seeds. Pour them out into a paper coffee filter or papertowel and dry for a couple of days, then plant directly into peat moss, do not cover them, they need aeration. Should germinate in about 30 days. I like this best because you don't have to cold stratify because they were already frozen. Works for most frozen fruits goodluck.

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I have been growing plants from seeds for at least 20 years. I have grown literally hundreds of different kinds of vegetables, trees, shrubs, annuals, perennials, tropicals, some cacti, water plants, iris, rose, lilies, cannas, etc. I enjoy starting from seed.


I've been growing my own seeds for 20 years with indoor propagation equipment I built myself. I am also an Allexperts volunteer on the perennial forum. I have completed the Master Gardener course through the Kansas State University Extension. I have experience with a wide variety of seeds and I have also read through Norm Deno's books on seed germination.

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