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ALL ROSE SEEDS NEED TO GO TROUGH A STANDARD "COLD STRATIFICATION PROCESS" RIGHT BEFORE PLANTING IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE GOOD RESULTS.
DETAILED STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS WILL BE INCLUDED IN THE PACKAGE.
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""""(Cold stratification is a process of treating seeds to simulate natural conditions that the seeds must experience before germination can occur. Many seed species have an embryonic dormancy phase, and generally will not sprout until this dormancy is broken.)"""
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Size: 3-4 Feet Tall, 3 Feet Wide
1 -Soak the seeds in diluted hydrogen peroxide.
A mixture of water and hydrogen peroxide may reduce the growth of mold on the seeds.
Stir 1.5 teaspoons (7 mL) of 3% hydrogen peroxide into 1 cup (240 mL) water. Keep the rose seeds in this solution for at least one hour.
2- Place the seeds in a damp material.
Rose seeds typically won't sprout unless they are kept in cold, wet conditions, mimicking a winter environment. Place the seeds between two layers of lightly dampened paper towels, or in a container of dampened salt-free river sand, peat moss, or vermiculite. This is the first step in a process called STRATIFICATION.
3- Leave the seeds in the fridge for 6-8 weeks. Put the seeds and moist material in a plastic bag or seedling tray in a plastic bag or seedling trays, and keep them in a cold area of a refrigerator, such as an otherwise empty crisper drawer. Do not keep them in the same area of the refrigerator as fruit or vegetables, which can release chemicals that prevent the seeds from developing. Keep the seed medium slightly damp. Add a few drops of water to each paper towel whenever they begin to dry out.
4 -Remove the seeds from the fridge. Try to do this around the time that the seed would normally start to germinate, such as in early spring. Make sure that the environment outside of the fridge is about 70 degrees Fahrenheit. The seed will not sprout until you take them out of the fridge. Depending on the rose variety and individual seeds, the seeds could take anywhere from four to sixteen weeks to germinate.
5 -Fill a container with sterile seed starting mix. Small seedling starting trays make it easy to care for many seeds at once. Alternatively, use plastic drinking cups with a hole punched in the bottom, to make root growth easier to view. Regular soil is not recommended, as it may not drain well enough and cause the seedlings to rot.
6 -Plant the seeds. Plant with the sprout pointed downward, as this is the root. Sprouted seeds should emerge as seedlings within a week.Lightly cover them with soil, about 1⁄4 inch (6 mm) deep.Space seeds at least 2 inches (5 cm) apart to minimize competition. 7-Keep the seedlings in warm, moist soil. Keep the soil damp, but not soggy. A temperature between 60 and 70oF (16–21oC) is ideal for most rose varieties.
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