Verbena Seed Harvest: Learn How To Collect Verbena Seeds

By September 28, 2017Articles

Verbena Seed Harvest: Learn How To Collect Verbena Seeds

By Bonnie L. Grant One of the more common annual charmers is verbena. Verbenas produce copious seeds and will reseed themselves in ideal climates. However, for those that get a sustained freeze, it might be best to save seed and then sow in spring. There is a trick on how to collect verbena seeds so they are just ripe but have not released from the pods. Knowing the right time for verbena seed harvest will save you some frustration later on and help ensure germination. Saving verbena seeds is a money saver that just requires a little time and patience. Verbena Seed Harvest There are about 250 varieties of verbena but only a fraction are commonly cultivated. Verbena seeds will not germinate evenly if exposed to extreme periods of cold. For this reason, cold region gardeners usually have to reseed their plants annually, either in a cold frame or indoors

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