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Approximately 1500.00 seeds per gram
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The average, annual, minimum temperature zone where Silene coronaria Atrosanguinea Group is cold hardy
USDA Zone:4 -30° to -20°F (-34.5° to -29°C)
|Type of plant - annual or perennial, depending on climate
Flower or inflorescence:
SILVERY-GREY felted stems - lvs., border plant
|Height, in meters: 0.6
Height, in feet: 1.98
|Silene coronaria Atrosanguinea Group sales history
Synonyms (alternative names) for Silene coronaria Atrosanguinea Group:
|Agrostemma coronaria A, Lychnis coronaria A G,|
Common names for Silene coronaria Atrosanguinea Group:
Silene coronaria Atrosanguinea Group
is included in the following
B and T World Seeds flowering plant categories.
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We only stock long lived seeds, except for a few species that are always in demand.
Seeds that are not in stock are acquired fresh when ordered.
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Some knowledge about growing from seed is necessary to germinate even the easiest seeds.
Most seeds require humidity to germinate, even desert plants like
require that their growing medium remains moist until germination.|
Most seeds require oxygen to germinate, if buried too deep in their growing medium, or if the medium is too wet,
the seeds may not get the oxygen they require.
Silene coronaria Atrosanguinea Group seeds will usually germinate in 21-30 days.
Silene coronaria Atrosanguinea Group seeds have a hard seed coat that is impermeable to water, and which prevents the seed from imbibing.
Scarification: Large seeds can be chipped with a chizel, knife or rasp. Smaller seeds may be scraped on sandpaper, clipped with nail clippers or pricked with a needle. Try to do this on the side away from the hilum. After scarification seeds are usually soaked in warm water, which should be changed daily. Most seeds swell up when they are soaked, those that do should be sown immediately.
(pre-chill for 2 weeks).