How far apart do I plant my stratified ginseng seeds?

Answer Plant stratified ginseng seeds 1 to 6 inches apart in rows that are 6 to 9 inches apart. Plant seed between 1/4 and 1/2 inch deep. Immediately cover the sown seed with 1 to 2 inches of mulch, advis... Read More »

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Do coneflower seeds need to be stratified?

Coneflower seeds germinate best when they are treated by moist stratification for 30 days. Keep the seeds between 33 and 38 degrees F. Coneflower seeds will grow without stratification, but must be... Read More »

Should coneflower seeds be stratified?

Coneflower seeds germinate better if they are stratified. Stratification is not necessary if sowing in the fall. But sowing in the spring requires stratification, as the seeds need a period of cold... Read More »

Soil Types for Ginseng Seeds?

Ginseng is an herb with fleshy roots. It is highly popular in Asia as an aphrodisiac and for its potential ability to cure a wide range of ailments, from lack of concentration to fatigue. It has b... Read More »

How do I plant ginseng?

Scatter SeedsSimulate wild-grown ginseng by scattering or individually planting ginseng seeds or roots in a forest area or in your backyard under the shade of trees. Wild-grown ginseng is more valu... Read More »